12 Most Popular Posts in 2017

What a great year! I launched my blog in January 2017, so I thought it would be fun to show you the most popular posts of my first year. Just click the pictures below to read the most read post per month. Then let me know your favorite!

January

The Early and Uncontrolled Years: A reflection on my years of denial as a teen.

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February

Dear Barista: One of the most shocking T1D insensitive comments I’ve received.

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March

Using an HbA1C Calculator: Convert your average BG into an estimated A1C.

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April

We Need to Fix This: The Unicorn Drink does NOT cause Diabetes & how we raised awareness and made a difference.

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May

Snail Mail: Beyond Type 1: Sign up for a T1 pen pal!

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June

Happy Diabetic Days: Strive to be a Happy Diabetic through this challenge.

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July

First Shot with Fiasp: My thoughts on using Fiasp for the first time.

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August

Extending a Medtronic Guardian Sensor: Using a sensor longer than 6 days.

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September

Diminishing Diabetes: Who’s allowed to say our disease isn’t so bad?

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October

Does the Type of Diabetes You Have Matter? An interesting topic after being hurt by a gestational diabetic friend.

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November

A Husband’s Perspective on What it’s like to Live with a Type One Diabetic: Do you have a diabetes monster?

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December

Low Carb Peanut Butter Cookies: They’re delicious.

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Thank you all for reading so intently throughout 2017. Here’s to a great new year!

If you enjoy reading my posts, let me know!

What do you want to see me writing about in 2018?

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