Dblog Week – Day 7: DOC

Today is the final day for Diabetes Blog Week 2015. I may not have succeeded in getting my posts up on the correct day, but I did get them all up!

The final topic is:

The very first inspiration for Diabetes Blog Week was to help connect our blogging community, and that continues to be the most important reason it’s held every year. So let’s help foster and continue those connections as we wrap up another Dblog Week. Share a link to a new blog you’ve found or a new friend you’ve made. Or pick a random blog off of the Participant’s List, check it out and share it with us. Let’s take some time today to make new friends.

These may not be blogs that I just found from Diabetes Blog Week, but I certainly haven’t been reading diabetes blogs for long so they’re all pretty new to me. I’ve come to the realization that I really need to hook up a blog roll on here. Maybe that will be my next addition. I was proud of myself for finding a picture to get up this week. Baby steps.

So these are blogs I’ve been cruising around and have been participating in DBlog Week. I am in serious need of some time to check out all the posts from this week. I am really excited to see everyone else’s perspectives.

Running on Carbs – It was fun to find someone else who curls and runs

typeONEderful – Really, the blog title just totally hooked me

Happy Medium – Who doesn’t want a medal for rocking diabetes?

Now I’m sure I’ll find so many awesome posts when I get a second, and I haven’t done any justice to the shear number of posts that have gone up for Diabetes Blog Week. (I’m often 70-100 on the link lists!)

This week wouldn’t happen with out Karen over at Bitter-Sweet, so a big shout out thanks to her!

I look forward to sharing what has been keeping me so busy this week and how it all turns out.


Check out all the other awesome posts here. Hopefully you find out some new blogs to follow!

2 thoughts on “Dblog Week – Day 7: DOC

  1. Well, to me a curler IS a celebrity. If I ever meet you, I’ll ask you to sign my curling iron. (I know, I know. Just an attempt at humor!)
    As an Indoor Rower who does one race a year (https://www.cjrc.us/events/cincy_indoor), and then has to decide if he wants to pay his own way to the Worlds in Boston (http://www.crash-b.org/), I understand toiling in obscurity. But that’s not why I’m yanking my own chain, so it’s okay.
    Also a new blogger, controlled Type 2 though, trying to see what other Dbloggers are doing. (Just finished my 6th Diabetes Blog Week post an hour ago. I’m methodical. [Sounds better than slow OR lazy!])
    One of my friends was one of the people used in an experiment to see if exercise was helpful or hurtful for Type 1ers. He told me that when he was diagnosed, they told him his kidneys would fail within 17 years from the stress of the porcine insulin. When I met him, he was swimming a half mile a day, and felt great. I think I heard he just had a grandchild. His kidneys are fine…

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