Category Archives: Exercise

Hello, running

Dear running, What’s happened to us? Only a year ago we were so close. Yes, there were those two falls in April, but honestly, we were already in trouble before then. I have hung out on the bike a few … Continue reading

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Bandwidth Adjustment

Let’s face it… I knew that this appointment at the endo’s office wasn’t going to be the best ever. My exercise routine went from 3 times/week to once every 2 weeks, I’ve been up a bunch of nights doing basal … Continue reading

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Just Between Us

I’m all for the message that kids and people with T1 Diabetes can do anything they want to. I certainly don’t want the Bear to let her diabetes stand in the way of anything and it would really push my … Continue reading

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The three “P”s

I said I would write about the three “P”s that my PCP wanted me to see for the shin splints… Orthopoedist (was supposed to be Podiatry…), Physiatry and Physical Therapy. Turned out to be an interesting triumverate. The overall upshot … Continue reading

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See Diabetes Run – with friends!

Before I get back to the shin splint story, I want to back up a bit and talk about why I care… I’ve never been a runner. Walking has always been my exercise of choice and when I have had … Continue reading

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Diabetes Mind

Sometimes I feel like there is a part of my brain that is dedicated to Diabetes — thinking about random diabetes-related (even if only slightly) all the time, even while all the other parts of life are going on. Of … Continue reading

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34:28

We diabetics are surrounded by numbers all the time. Current blood sugar, CGM reading, last A1c, number of carbs in lunch, number of servings in that bag of chips, weight, blood pressure, lipid panel, years since diagnosis, shots or boluses … Continue reading

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