I’m not going to complain about the weather. Nope. Not even a little bit, because eventually it will be so balls hot that the sidewalks melt and crumble into an oatmealish texture, so I am going to be quiet about the fact that we STILL HAVE THE HEAT ON and it’s mid-April.
It’s time for some link-sharing, because there’s lots of curious bits and pieces to read.
Sixty-three years with type 1 diabetes.
Charlie Kimball and his continuous glucose monitor make the news again.
Is being a night owl bad for your health? (I hope not.)
I really like this Instagram account: Beyond Type 1.
Adam Brown issues ten diet commandments for better diabetes management.
What are your plans for July? If you haven’t attended the Children with Diabetes Friends for Life conference, this year would be a great year to get to know your extended diabetes family for the first time. Or to reconnect. Either way, your heart will thank you for it, even if your pancreas is still too lazy to even get out of bed.
In pursuit of closing the loop.
DHF Joins Diabetes Advocacy Alliance.
diaTribe takes a look at the Diabetes UnConference.
This stupid fucking headline made me want to throw my computer. The JDRF UK’s response on Facebook was awesome, though.
“Patrick Peterson discloses that he’s diabetic.” Yes, I had to cut-and-paste that headline because I know zero about anything related to football.
“Dexcom® Introduces Apps That Enable the First Ever Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) on the Apple Watch” Well hot damn, Dexcom!
I had no idea the Brontosaurus was ever up for debate.
And last week, I did one of those “drink wine and paint something while carefully supervised” sorts of events. It was fun. I’ve never painted anything before (other than the walls of our house and a birdhouse one time), and I followed most of the instructions. Until I got bored.