Activities and Adventure
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and this year @Omnipodca & @pimpmydiabetes wants to colour feeds across the country blue on World Diabetes Day (November 14th)
I‘m back with another travel story! As soon as we could safely travel again, I hopped on a plane to Croatia. It was one of my bucket-list destinations plus I really enjoy my solo travel adventures! You might ask:
I’m excited to share that I tried something that was on my bucket list for so long- surfing!
These days, it can feel like there’s barely enough time to even take a breath. Life is already jam-packed with family, work, email, errands, battling your insurance company, folding laundry, and streaming the latest mini-series.
For me, being a teenager with type 1 diabetes (T1D) was lonely. It’s supposed to be the age where kids just pick up and go on crazy unplanned adventures without a second thought. Having T1D, I didn’t feel comfortable with that.
Hi my favorite diabuddies,
I am back with an exciting blog to share with you guys!
I really wanted to write about this subject last year but since travel was on hold because of the pandemic, I decided to wait before sharing it so more people could use my tips.
David van der Vloet is from Belgium and an avid cyclist and triathlete. He also lives with type 1 diabetes.
Khalid Keshta was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2011 on the day of his 18th birthday. It’s a familiar story to begin with. He remembers it all very clearly, “I started to lose a lot of weight, yet I was athletic.