The last few weeks have been absolutely crazy!! I’ve had so much going on both at work and at home, it feels like I haven’t had a second to take a breath. Obviously this has played havoc with my glucose levels and at times it’s felt like I’m fighting a losing battle.
WOW, what a busy few weeks it has been!! I, along with the rest of the SEET1 team, have been in planning mode getting ready for our annual summer event. We held the event on Saturday, 16th June, at Belchamps activity centre and it was a massive success. Continue reading SEET1 Summer Event
Next week is Diabetes Awareness Week across the UK, a seven day long campaign to raise awareness and provide education. The campaign takes place every June and is fronted by Diabetes UK. This year the dates are Monday 11th June – Sunday 17th June.
I absolutely HATE having high blood sugars! Although the associated feelings are far less intrusive than those you get from a hypo, it just makes you feel so disgustingly drained.
Urghh, yesterday was a bad day!! I’d had a super busy week (hence the lack of posts) and I decided to go out on Friday night and treat myself with the girls from work.
As this week is the first ever Insulin Safety Week I thought it was only appropriate to write a relevant post.
On Saturday I had the pleasure of meeting DiAthlete, Gavin Griffiths.
Continue reading DiAthlete 100
I love meeting other people with type 1 and making new diabuddies, it’s one of my favourite things to do!
Hypoglycaemia; the posh, scientific name for low blood sugars. Continue reading Po is low