Read Me: SuiteD + Diabetes Forecast

acqbjeKKiAs most of you know, I don’t just write about diabetes here at The Blood Sugar Whisperer. I freelance for a number of diabetes publications, and right now I have a couple new things up at SuiteD, which is Insulet’s community of blogs, and at Diabetes Forecast, the publication of the American Diabetes Association.

I have wanted to write for Diabetes Forecast pretty much since I started writing about diabetes more than 10 years ago, but never had the opportunity until recently. You’ll be seeing a lot more of me in the pages of DF! But for right now now, you can read about finding the right lancing device in Diabetes Forecast and also on their website.

Over at SuiteD, I’m sharing my thoughts on the benefits of pumping while exercising

Exercising is not something that comes naturally to me. I’ve never been an athletic person! So it’s easy to want to give up when it’s both hard on the body and hard on the diabetes. Luckily I’ve found that using an insulin pump has helped in many different ways as I try to stay active.

The post says I’m training for my first half marathon, which isn’t true anymore because I already finished my first half marathon! Right now I’m starting to train for a couple of other races, which I will be sharing with you very, very soon!

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One Response to Read Me: SuiteD + Diabetes Forecast

  1. Rick Phillips says:

    Allison I am sorry for asking but where du you get the images you use in your newsletter? I am starting a web site and I need access to images. I am willing to pay if I can find the right content. Your image of the little girl is perfect.

    Rick Phillips

    Sent from my iPhone

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