Not tonight. Sorry. 😐
I’m going to go ahead and call this Unicorn Day. All day, my BGL behaved like my pancreas wasn’t trying to kill me. I’m patting myself on the back right now. I know it was all me. I did that. I was one with my beta cells. Go team us!
As wonderful as it would be to have the Libre subsidised, today I’m grateful for subsidised insulin. In Australia, you don’t need health insurance to get subsidised insulin. A vial of Humalog will set you back just over $1 as long as you’re a member of the NDSS…and if you’re Australian and have diabetes, you’re… Continue reading Gratitude
My pancreas be like… In all honesty, I had kind of a lazy day myself. The only thing I had to do was go for a fitting for an upcoming job. It didn’t go well. My waist to hip ratio is no match for standard sizing. There’s talk of calling in a tailor. #firstworldproblems #modellife… Continue reading Lazy
I bought an activity tracker. I’m in the honeymoon period. I’ve been exercising like a demon from the moment I strapped it to my wrist. I bought it because I signed up for a 10k fun run and I’m not entirely sure I’ve got it in me. I’m trying to convince myself that if I… Continue reading Bit Fit
Look at this handsome bunch of super-humans. Otherwise known as diabetics, PWDs (person with diabetes), t1ds, pancreatically challenged and chronically awesome. We were invited to Melbourne, at the beginning of last week, by the Freestyle Libre team from Abbott Diabetes Care. We weren’t there to hear any special announcements or for the launch of a… Continue reading DX2 Melbourne