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These girls are my tribe, my business partners, my soul sisters!! It’s crazy to think we never would have met if it wasn’t for this incredible opportunity! Many of our friendships started on social media, because we were all desiring to become better, live better, have purpose! Thank I am forever thankful for....not only did it help my life change, but in the process I gained another family!! Level up leadership retreat 2018, has kicked off with a pool + pajama welcome party!🎉🎉
This was sooo me today! Thank goodness I had made plans to meet Jodi, otherwise I would have missed out on a killer workout with a badass lady! And once I was finished, I wasn't mentally worn down anymore, I felt amazing! #t1d#armday#goals#girlswholift
Yesterday i was getting ready for work and thought i had something gross on me. I went to wipe it off saying ew to myself. Nope. Just a nasty bruise. I constantly end up with these.. just usually on my thighs.. not on my stomach. This disease isn’t pretty. I can say that because I’ve had it for almost 20 years and it’s mine to talk about. Sometimes i feel weak. Sometimes my days are an absolute blood sugar rollercoaster. Sometimes more like most of the time im exhausted. A lot of the time i feel like i can’t get close to people because I’ll have to explain a million times that i didn’t choose to have this disease, i can’t get rid of it, and im “allowed” to have sugar when after all of that energy spent they still won’t believe me. My goal with making this page was to keep it real just like i do with the rest of my life. You’ll never catch me attempting to make this look pretty unless it’s a selfie of me with my dex on. Guys.. it’s okay to feel how i feel. We’re allowed to feel like this just like we’re allowed to eat sugar. Lol #t1d
Type 1 Diabetic boot anklet. Dress up your boots and be safe, with cool looking unique medical id. All stainless steel parts non tarnish, heavy duty adjustable chain. Type One Diabetes is close to my heart, because my special needs son has T1D.
Large glass crystal hearts, aqua blue recycled sea glass hearts, copper metallic glass czech beads, stainless steel spacer beads. All my jewelry is strung on high quality 49 strand professional stainless jewelry wire.
Adjustable from 15 to 17 inches long, easy lobster claw clip.
Free USPS Priority Shipping with tracking.
If you have question feel free to send me a message. #type1diabetes#t1d#type1diabetic#bootseason#aquamarine#bluehearts#autoimmune#insulin#brokenpancreas#t1dlookslikeme#diabeticlife#type1strong
19-10-2001 marks the day I was diagnosed as a type 1 Diabetic.
Today is my 17th diaversary😎
This illness has changed my life but has also shaped me into the person I am today.
I would like to thank my wife, family and friends for all their support over the years. You guys have been amazing, thank you!!! Trying to manage diabetes is hard, constant and ever-changing. But through this on going daily challenges I face, it has made me stronger and has pushed me to try harder in order to achieve my goals. Diabetes will never halt me from trying my best and if I do my best, I will prevail!!! #medtonicdiabetessa#Medtronic#medtronicdiabetes#minimed640g#T1D#DSP#diabetessouthafrica
It’s almost the weekend!!!
.... Current state: in bed recovering from a debilitating migraine.
Does anyone else find that hypos sometimes trigger migraines?
I don’t get migraines that often anymore (I got them a lot more as a child), but on the rare occasion one hits and I don’t immediately catch it, It’ll often be a couple of hours of pain and nausea. The nausea and delayed gastric emptying can make migraines difficult to treat and my BG even more complicated to manage. Treating a low can be challenging in this state, so I always keep glucagon on hand for emergencies, and hope that some of the glucose from my sips of ginger ale will absorb before the nausea kicks in.
How do you deal with migraines?
Endo day with labs/blood work. A1C is not where we want it to be - Diabetes burnout is a real thing (for T1s and parents). But the good news is every day we can try again. #t1d#endoday#type1diabetes#a1c
Love Erin’s story about her journey with Type 1 Diabetes + Control! 😊 Pretty exciting. 👊🏻
“I’ve lived with #T1D for close to 23 years now. That’s 23 years of consciously making choices that will directly affect the quality of my life 5, 10, 15 years from now. What I do today determines whether I have complications later in life from my disease.
When you live with a disease like this, it can be frustrating. It can be scary. It can be overwhelming. But the beautiful thing about T1D is that it is manageable. You have to make the right food choices. You have to exercise. And you have to supplement your body. It’s a multifaceted approach but you must do all of them in order to achieve some sort of balance.
A year and a half ago, I made the best decision when it came to my health. I began to supplement my body with clean, plant-based vitamins and minerals and my entire health turned around.
-Taking less insulin for blood glucose regulation -Full of natural energy
-Had blood readings as close to someone that’s a non-Diabetic
-No longer craving sugar or carb rich foods/snacks
-Losing systemic inflammation in the form excess weight
-Happier and less stressed
-Obtained my lowest #A1C to date
Diabetes doesn’t care how clean you eat. It doesn’t care how often or long you workout. It doesn’t care how young or old you are. It always has to be managed. Always. And even when all of these aspects fall into place, you still can still come up short.
If you have an #autoimmunedisease , you need to incorporate vitamins into your daily routine. You are already missing vital nutrients from the food we eat, but you, my friend, also lack the absorption within your body because of your disease.
Learn from my mistakes and get ahead through my research. Proper supplementation is the way to achieve balance and better health. And the best part? We know it all starts in the gut.”
A warrior and her baby sleep peacefully. Meanwhile the battle rages on. We go slowly with adjustments to night time basals because too much change and you over correct and end up with a night of lows. I’d like to say this far into diagnosis the disease is routine, but the truth is it’s a rough patch right now trying to figure out how to handle the night time highs. Pretty sure it’s because she’s growing which means at any moment all the increases in her basal might need to go back once she stops. It’s a tricky game of chess the disease plays. The variables are endless. We keep fighting knowing we’ll be victorious eventually taking one night at time. #type1lookslikeme#thet1youdontsee#unicornpjsrock#autoimmunedisease#t1d#type1diabetes#t1d#warriorprincess
How cool would it be if we lived in a world where there was no judgement? 🌏 🙏🏽 Imagine if everyone accepted everyone for where they are at in their life journey. Imagine everyone high fiving each other for their little daily wins 👏🏼 T1D has taught me to never judge a book by its cover. No one really has any idea what’s going on in someone’s life. My point is just be a nice human. Everyone has something going on. That is all 🤗😘
Living with Lupus, & other chronic illness brings widespread body pain. I used to think the saying "if you move more you will feel better" Was total BS. Well it isn't. I exercise daily. Workouts vary based on how I feel. I do get outside. Fresh air & a walk can change my day. I love to hike (low impact), I do work on balance and flexibility. I will spend 30 minutes on the yoga mat stretching, flows, usually a decent sweat. My hips are my enemy. Yoga actually has allowed me to decrease pain. There are days I don't exercise. More days than not I do. Helps my blood sugar, joints, my mood. Ali @just.allisonbrown
So after a week of this new pump and my sensor here is my conclusion. I like it. Mostly. My blood has definitely lowered, I like the graph, I like that it alarms me to change sites and when I'm high. I like that it suspends when I'm low. What I don't like... tubes. I e accidentally pulled out my infusion set a few times. That sucks. Medtronic is good at replacing them for me though. I don't like when the sensor loses connection with the pump. But really, that's it. My life has changed so much in the last 6 months, and it's going to change more. I'm ready. (I feel I don't have any other options but to be ready) now to get back on my treadmill and run again. Oh! I do have to say, I really like my legs as site options. No pain at all!! What's your favorite site?? #insulindependent#t1d#t1dlookslikeme#diabeteswarrior#diabadass#t1d#type1diabetes#medtronic#670g#igotthis#insulinpump#insulinresistance
---WISE WINES ON SALE!---
Wise Wines, located in the Margaret River region of WA, produce a range of affordable, award winning wine styles and varieties. The Wise team have released a special offer just in time for the festive season with 20% off cellar door prices and FREE delivery anywhere in Australia (12 bottles/min.order). Even better, Wise Wines will donate 20% of the value of every order directly to the Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre, so please LIKE/SHARE/POST and encourage your family, friends and work colleagues to jump on-board this special offer. Click on the link to discover their range and order your favourites today: https://wisewine.com.au/type-1-family-centre/. #type1diabetesfamilycentre#type1familycentre#familycentre#type1diabetes#type1diabetic#type1#typeone#t1d#fundraising#donations#winefundraiser#charity#sharewithfriends @wisewine
#diabeteslife I was changing my insulin pump stuff and was manually filling my tubing while also discussing Halloween costumes with friends on my phone and I pressed a little too hard and a little too long and sprayed insulin all over my sheets (bottom left). Smells great 😂😂 #thisisastupidproblemtohave#t1d#shithappens
The Diabetes Hustle Podcast. Episode, Athletic Diabetics with Colt Scott, The Diabadass. Diagnosed at 18 months old and the perfect guest to bring the community heat. @the_diabadass .
If you enjoyed the full episode, share via story! I’d love to re-share you and get the word out. #type1diabetes#diabadass#t1dfitness
Love this new pin from @t1d_lyf - a little present for Peyton after clinic this morning!! Looks pretty good on our @myabetic bag right?! I feel like we might need to start a little collection now 😍😍
DS Awareness #18
Question: What should you say when someone tells you their child has Down Syndrome?
Answer: My parents didn’t know the answer to this before I was born, but the worst thing you can do is say “I’m so sorry.” Say “Congrats, that is awesome, she/he is perfect!” If you have questions, feel free to ask. We love answering questions and educating people on Down Syndrome 💛💙
Hoy estoy cumpliendo 8 años de vivir con diabetes tipo 1, nada fácil pero nada imposible.
Vivir con diabetes tipo 1 en México es complicado, por el servicio médico, por la información, por el acceso a los insumos, por la tecnología, porque para tener una buena calidad de vida necesitas una buena, BUENA cantidad de dinero en tu bolsillo.
Mi diagnóstico de una enfermedad crónico degenerativa llegó a los 23 años, en la universidad, con una glicemia de 240, de ahí, un desfiladero por doctores y análisis, perdí peso super rápido, pesé 42kg, visión terriblemente borrosa, mis papás siempre cuidandome, dándome absolutamente todo lo que podían (incluso lo que no podían, estoy segura) asi empecé a afrontar su llegada, Ocho años después la conozco mejor, me da menos miedo, es más bien respeto, es una latosa de lo peor, sin embargo hago lo mejor que puedo, casi, todos los días.
Feliz diaversario a mi 💙🎉