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Bleeding Finger Blog

Bleeding Finger Blog

It's refreshing to get the point of view of a diabetes dad, and Tim Brand does that well on his blog called Bleeding Finger. Tim, dad of two daughters with Type 1 and an adorable little boy named Henry, blogs about his challenges, victories and dreams

Bittersweet Diabetes

Bittersweet Diabetes

Karen Graffeo does not just walk the walk, she talks the talk and lives the life. A dedicated diabetes advocate for the JDRF and other organizations, Karen writes about her life with diabetes on board with humor, courage and a lovely voice. And if you follow her regularly you might even get some knitting tips … and a look at her adorable cat!

Moments of Wonderful

Moments of Wonderful

Sara Nicastro is a person with diabetes, but also cares deeply for kids with diabetes. her blog, momentsofwonderful, focuses on living well with diabetes. A bonus: Sara works for JDRF, helping all our lives improve.

staceysimms

staceysimms

Stacey Simms: award winning radio & TV broadcaster who happens to be a D Mom. Since her son, Benny, was diagnosed in 2006, Stacey has blogged about live with T1 on board and is passionate about sharing Health News.

Arden's Day

Arden's Day

Scott Benner is a stay at home dad who waxes poetically about raising both his kids – one with Type 1 diabetes. Scott has his finger on new technology and reviews and shares, and also gives insight into life with d. We like that he’s flexible; willing to think along with all of us about his choices as he goes along.

Big Foot Child Have Diabetes

Big Foot Child Have Diabetes

Yeah, the name is weird, but the content is wonderful. This mom has a balanced, open and calm way of living with diabetes and shares her wins and challenges as she goes along. And she’s funny while doing so. We love that.

Scott's Diabetes

Scott's Diabetes

Scott Johnson is one of the most real and down to earth male diabetes bloggers out there. Follow him on his first marathon (he himself points out: he’s no athlete!) Train with him as he tries to ride a bike 100 miles. Go along while he lives his Diet Coke fueled family life with gusto.

Serving Up Diabetes

Serving Up Diabetes

Nutritionists can be annoying. But when the nutritionist is a person who grew up with Type 1 like Regina Shirley, the input and advice you find is sensible, honest and yes, fun.

Texting My Pancreas

Texting My Pancreas

Textingmypancreas.com: Kim is an adult (and a mom!) who grew up with diabetes on board. Her to-the-point commentary on all things about living with diabetes serves as a lovely and poignant reality check for all. She’s so great, she’s even Ted-talk worthy.

diabetesaliciousness

diabetesaliciousness

Kelly is fun, honest, motivating, funny, sensible, raw and all of the above. A visit to her blog is like a chat with a really awesome friend.

Diabetesmine

Diabetesmine

Diabetesmine.com: A great resource for “finger on the pulse” type diabetes news, as well as great living with diabetes resources. Past posts that have bravely made a difference include on one helping your teen learn how to drink with diabetes on board.

A Sweet Life

A Sweet Life

ASweetLife.Org : this “on line magazine” updates content almost daily and covers everything from living with diabetes to recipes to opinion pieces and research updates. Contributors are some of the best known names in diabetes.

Test Guess and Go

Test Guess and Go

Laddie Lindahl is in her fourth decade with T1 and approaching the Medicare years. She balances her D life between Minnesota and Arizona while maintaining good humor. She says her blogs are the "anti-thesis to Twitter." So settle in for conversations full of laughs, inspiration, and education.

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