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Very Exciting and Very Scary

This past June marked the end of the didactics portion of pharmacy school for me. I thought it would feel like a weight lifted off my shoulders, but I am honestly going to miss going to class every day. 755 more words


Ten things I want to remember if my children are type one diabetic, too

I was diagnosed with diabetes when I was seven. Since then, a lot of things have changed about diabetes care, and there seems to be more emotional care surrounding the topic, at least from my experience with the diabetes doctors I’ve had lately. 683 more words

Type One Diabetes

Ways diabetes makes me kind of awesome

Okay, don’t get me wrong: Type one diabetes still a chronic life-threatening disease that sucks and stuff. Just, do we need to focus on that all the time? 456 more words


After Graduation

The end of this last school year really felt a bit like a blur. It felt like I went from having all the time in the world until graduating, to suddenly having no time at all. 832 more words


Diabetes Family Camp (Part 1) - Dropping Messes

Over the weekend, I was out coordinating a diabetes camp for families with Diabetes Victoria. We had 21 kids aged between 4-8 years old with a parent or carer, nine volunteer leaders, four diabetes nurse educators, two volunteer coordinators, one dietitian, one photographer and one staff coordinator. 388 more words

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Join Me This Saturday!

What are you doing Saturday? If you’re in New England and not busy, you should come with me. I’m going to a fundraiser for The Barton Center. 159 more words


The Back Story

We all have challenges. Some of us have challenges that are easy to spot, like Down Syndrome or mobility limitations. Others of us experience obstacles that are harder to observe. 577 more words