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Cooking Through Lyfe
Oh No, I’m low!
Being a Type 1 Diabetic for almost eight years now, it’s second nature. Nothing phases me anymore, not even ignorant comments or grueling routine blood draws. As anyone reading this post who either has T1D, or is close to a T1D, knows, there becomes a point where it just becomes a part of you....
November 16, 2017
A day in the life of a type-1 diabetic
It’s already been established that Diabetes is a disease that we, who have it, cannot run away from. We have to deal with it and we have to maintain control non-stop. There is no taking a break from it.I am 24 and have been diabetic since I was 11. I have been alive with diabetes longer ...
October 16, 2017
An Introduction to Lyfebulb Ambassador, Dane Johnson
Dane Johnson is a Natural Medicine Practitioner specializing in gut health. His expertise was established through his perseverance during a life threatening battle with Crohn’s Disease. He now runs a company and a non profit which aims to empower those dealing with Chronic Auto Immune ...
October 5, 2017
Coming of Age With Chronic Illness and Mental Health
Usually, there’s more than one thing going on in life. But sometimes you or the people in your life put all of the focus on one thing. For me, that focus has often been my type 1 diabetes (T1D). I’ve done this, but so have the people in my life and the rest of the world around me. I firmly ...
August 28, 2017
Real Talk With Dave: Hopeful For A Cure
We all have a desire to be cured of this monster of a disease, Type 1 Diabetes. Since the day we were diagnosed, that has been our number one wish when we blow out the candles on our birthday cake or when we play that imaginary game of being asked what our three wishes from a Genie would be. We ...
August 4, 2017
Empowerment and T1D
I have always been drawn to empowerment. Growing up, I loved the theatre, I loved the ballet, I loved all forms of performance. I think that the primary reason for this was because of how powerful and confident the performers always seemed. From a very early age, I knew what my purpose was. I was...
July 24, 2017
Playing the Rare Disease Card
Parenting a kid with special needs requires a lot of writing. It seems like I’m constantly writing, which is ok because… well, I’m a writer. Sitting at my desk typing a blog post is far less stress-inducing than the painful daily scribble that comes along with a rare genetic disorder. Early...
July 20, 2017
The Highs and Lows of Diabetes
Diabetes is not easy. This is not news to anyone who suffers from this disease, or is close to someone who has Type-1 Diabetes. This life is full of highs and lows. After being diagnosed at the age of 4, I knew my life would forever change. I vividly remember shortly after I was diagnosed, my ...
July 17, 2017
Slow Down Sugar!
It was my sophomore year of high school. I was sitting in chemistry class first period Monday morning. My energy level had hit rock bottom. My body felt so heavy, as if I was one hundred feet underwater. I was so nauseous, but I didn’t think I could stand to ask if I could be excused. It was ...
July 10, 2017
The Shoulder Flop
Keeping our kids safe is every parent’s number one job. Even as an adult I associate protection and safety with my childhood home and my loving parents. It’s a great relief when our children finally learn where to go and who to find when they’re in danger. More than a relief, it’s a proud...
July 6, 2017
I Started Chemo On The Most Gorgeous Day Of The Year
I started chemo on the most gorgeous day of the year. I had just gotten the full range of motion back in my arm post-surgery a few days before and was ready to take on the next challenge. My dear friends came in town from Philadelphia to support me. My girlfriends in Copenhagen gave me a ...
June 26, 2017
The Unmatched Courage That Comes From Chronic Disease
A little over a year ago, after resisting the idea for almost a decade, I finally started working with a type one diabetes (T1D) focused non-profit. T1D was already 100% of my life and I hadn’t wanted it to become even more, but after almost two decades with the disease, I gave into the fact ...
June 5, 2017
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