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  • Women Who Make History: Robin Cressman

    Thank you all for following along the Women Who Make History Month series where I've been so fortunate to feature some incredible t1d women. I hope...
  • Women Who Make History Month: Lala Jackson

    Author, advocate, beauty and badass...Lala is OG superhero in the t1d space, especially when it comes to women's issues. Lala has been a force and ...
  • Women Who Make History Month: Marie Diaz

    I mean...does anyone not know Marie Diaz? She's also known as @Nerdscanfight on Instagram (and probably real life, if I had to guess). Marie lives ...
  • Women Who Make History Month Feature: Qiana

    Today, I want to introduce you all to Qiana Drew!  Qiana has had t1d for 18-years and after years of struggling with her numbers and a1c's, she wen...
  • Women Who Make History Month Feature: Lauren

    Many of you may recognize the familiar smiling face of Miss Lauren Bongiorno! Lauren and I first met a few years ago here in NYC, and instantly hit...
  • Women Who Make History Month Feature: Liz

    Where do I begin with this incredible woman?!  Liz grew up in the US, but moved to London to pursue a Master's degree in International  Development...
  • Women Who Make History Month Feature: Marci

    Happy International Women's Day! On this special day, I celebrate and honor all the incredible women in my life who make the world a better place....
  • Women Who Make History Month Feature: Ariel

    Next, I'd like to introduce you to Ariel! Ariel is a friend of mine here in NYC, and she is dedicated to making this world a better place than we ...
  • Women Who Make History Month Feature: Ciara Cray

    This month, I want to spotlight some of the amazing women in the t1d community.  From advocacy to travel, giving back to others and fitness, all o...
  • I Didn't Want to Know You

    Originally written in 2017 for diabetes awareness month....This month means many different things to many different people. And today I realized, that it means something different to me than it used to.
  • Quick Ways to Clean up Your Act...Fast.

    Some quick, easy ways to cure the winter blues, and feel more in control of your diabetes up's and down's.
  • Knock, knock. Who's There? Wedding Season!

    Originally written in 2017, we dive into the in's and out's of being a wedding guest with type 1 diabetes.