2/4/2020-Run

4:08 am, BG: 208, Bolus 0.7 U  4:25 am, BG: 191, Start running 4:55 am, BG: 110, Finish running, Protein Coffee (10g carbs, 2g fat, 28g protein) Pump showing 0.5 U of active insulin (Insulin still in my system from morning correction. No additional bolus at this time). 5:30 am, BG: 80, 30 Minutes PostContinue reading “2/4/2020-Run”

Training before & after T1-Part 1

So if you read my post on my diagnosis story, then you already know I love to run. Being T1, training looks a little different than it used to. Before I was diagnosed, I used to just go out and run. I would spontaneously go for a morning run or lace up my shoes afterContinue reading “Training before & after T1-Part 1”

I Owe Everything to Him

“Be strong, be fearless, be beautiful. And believe that anything is possible when you have the right people there to support you.” Misty Copeland Most love a good “self-made man” kind of story but I have to tell you, I’m not sure those really exist and mine is a story of accomplishment through family supportContinue reading “I Owe Everything to Him”

My Diagnosis Story

June 9th, 2017 was the day when my life changed forever. Before then, I was full of energy, optimism and was going through life without a care in the world. I was work-a-holic, and working three jobs because I enjoyed pushing myself and the feeling that I was giving something back to the world. IContinue reading “My Diagnosis Story”