Highs and lows are a normal thing when living with diabetes. We can’t expect to have perfectly smooth blood sugars everyday. But there are things we should watch for and sometimes there are small adjustments that can make a big improvement.
Today’s post is not about how great 2013 was for mySugr, or about all the cool stuff we’re working on for 2014, or about how thankful we are for all of your love and support (though we are very thankful). Today’s post is all about you doing rad stuff (a.k.a. fireballs).Read More
Do you have what it takes to keep up with professional snowboarder Chris Southwell as he takes on seven of the most demanding endurance events on seven different continents? He’s showing the world that having diabetes doesn’t slow him down, and you can show the world that you’re made of the same stuff as Chris with our new JDRF Partner challenge!Read More
What started off as a silly little game, led to us building a company of some 20 people and helping change how more than 60.000 people with diabetes see their therapy. Funny, how life sometimes develops, isn’t it? :) So, whenever we get a visitor the original game is played!
I think I speak for many people with diabetes (PWD’s) when I say that keeping a diabetes logbook is boring and full of work. So is brushing our teeth — yet we still do it! Why? Because there are benefits. Bright white teeth, less cavities, and a beautiful smile. Keeping a logbook is similar! There is a payoff!Read More
Ahhh – summertime barbecues. Just chilling with friends and family, enjoying some great food, and taking in the wonderful weather. It’s one of my favorite summertime activities. But it can be a real challenge to keep my blood sugars from going crazy. So many of the carbs are hidden and I can never remember what I did the last time.Read More
“Wow, your sugar’s really high! What did you do?!?” – a perfect example of a comment I’ve heard many times in my life with type 1 diabetes. We know that the number is high, and we’re most likely already about to do something about it. Oh – and probably we’re already on a shame/guilt trip. This is a classic example of how motivation can be killed. Read More
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