Low Carb Scones – My favorite breakfast

Low Carb Scones on plate

I eat the same thing for breakfast almost every day of  the week and one part of it is low carb scones. They are so good that I wanted to share the recipe with you.

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Diabetic on Tour – Packing with diabetes

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What do you need to bring with you? Where to put your supplies and how you can keep your insulin cold while traveling. Everything you need to know about packing with diabetes.

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Sleeping with Diabetes: Tips to get a good rest

Sleep Tips: How to get a good rest with Diabetes

For some people sleeping with Diabetes is one of the scarriest things. What if you go low and don’t wake up? What if you go high and don’t notice it until the morning. For many years I never had problems with sleeping as a diabetic, maybe because I found a system that works well for […]

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Which Diabetes Supplies do I carry in my work bag?

When it comes to carrying diabetes supplies in my work bag my view on what I need has changed a lot over the years. When I was first diagnosed, I carried almost everything that I could think of in doubles. Over time I got tired of that and just went with my meter, dextro energy […]

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Make up for days where your pump woke you up in the middle of the night

Have I ever told you how much I love makeup? My makeup collection is probably bigger then the ones from my two sisters combined. Anyway, I love makeup and I’ll usually apply some every morning before I go to work. My Alarm rings at 6.00 a.m and I like to snooze until about 6.30 a.m. […]

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Organising your Diabetes Supplies

You can ask my mom and she will tell you that my room as a teen was a hot mess half of the time. Clothes on the floor or on my chair (I mean, what else would you use a chair for?), random stuff all over my desk or makeup on the floor. But if […]

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Remembering site changes

If you’re on a pump you know the struggle. The manufacturer advices you to change your site after 3 days. Sure, you can leave it in longer but you’re risking your health in the progress. I personally change it every 3 days, but how do I remember that? I can’t tell you how many times […]

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Where to inject your insulin

When you’re first diagnosed your doctors are probably gonna start you on insulin pens, at least that’s what I experienced. When I was at the hospital a nurse came in and showed me how to use the pen and had me try it myself. I was terrified. Completely and utterly terrified.

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