First off: Don’t let the title throw you. This book is not just about the thyroid or those who suffer from thyroid related issues. Second: Anyone interested in extending their life should read it. I have for years, since well before Lia’s diagnosis with Type 1 diabetes, been interested in the connection between food, exercise […]
Then there are the books I should have read but didn’t, or did with so little regard for what was in them. I read them—or not as the case often was—for assignment, for a grade, because somebody said that I should. I didn’t read them for pleasure, not usually. Nor for what they said about […]
As a writer I am moved by inspirational stories, interesting content, or just plain old fashion good writing, of which there is plenty to find coming from the growing community of D-bloggers. Rarely a day goes by that I don’t find myself envious of what someone else has written either because of their talent or […]
“Tomorrow is always fresh with no mistakes in it.” Anne of Green Gables. When I first read about the Diabetes Blog Week, I thought it just wasn’t the thing for me. In theory it sounded great. An opportunity to engage other writers for a week on a similar topic, sharing in different perspectives, stories, […]
You find when you look online a very heartwarming and supportive diabetes community. Please follow this link to one in particular, the very special Six Until Me, where I’ve been given the great opportunity to write a guest post. Thanks Kerri.