Did you know that you there was even such a thing as the wrong type of exercise? Well, there isn’t because any exercise at all is going to be good exercise but there are certain types of exercise that suit certain types of people. Growing up I was not a fitness freak, I did school… Continue reading Are You Doing The Wrong Type Of Exercise For Your Body?
Going anywhere since being diagnosed with diabetes is a major hassle. I was never a ‘handbag girl’. (Is that even a thing, like a girl who loves shoes but with handbags). I never owned a handbag or a clutch. If I was going out to lunch or the mall or doing anything all I would… Continue reading Why do you have such a big handbag?
Ask any of my friends or family and they will tell you, I am the biggest overthinker you will probably ever meet. I overthink absolutely everything and can never make a decision, especially when it comes to what I want to eat or wear or purchase. It is probably my worst quality and it’s something… Continue reading Truthful and Honest.
During last summer I had perfect control of my blood sugar levels. My blood sugars were stable between 4 and 7 mmOl daily and I was having hardly any lows or highs throughout my week. I felt normal again and like I did not have type 1 diabetes. My stable blood sugar line was due… Continue reading A Lazy Diabetic
Such a weird feeling to be excited for a new year, its a different feeling to new years 2015/2016. At the start of 2016, I was grateful for 2015 to be over. After being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2015 as well as many other problems including removing my two best friends from my… Continue reading Welcome 2017!
Staying healthy during the summer is a must as the hot weather, sun and drinking can really deprive our bodies of nutrients. It is also probably one of the hardest times to stay healthy as all routine goes out the window. These are our favourite road trip snacks that come will be with us on… Continue reading Summer Roadies
There are three different types of diabetes: type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. As someone with type 1 diabetes, I am in the minority of the diabetes umbrella. Out of everyone that has diabetes, around 10% of us has type 1. (According to Diabetes NZ). We hear about diabetes every day, especially as it… Continue reading I Have Type 1 Diabetes, Not Type 2