Between
Diabetes

Jolly, Just Jolly

There is that moment your Uber driver is pulling up to a college bestie’s home in the suburbs outside of Chicago and he is so excited for you, he honks excessively when you see her. You leap from the vehicle screaming in a race to embrace each other and the squealing of joy, well it lasts double-digit minutes! It includes jumping, hugging, lifts and spins. Yeah, perhaps it had been too long.

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Monday

Stats show 15,492% increase in Google searches for 'manifestation methods' in the past year. So, it’s a thing.

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Her Lion Roar

Some days you wake up, lace up your new running kicks, apologize ahead of time they lived a short clean life, let your legs know you are moving aside and they are the boss today-kinda, turn on your daughter’s playlist and head to the beach and run.

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Me First

Research shows people living with type 1 diabetes make about 150 extra decisions a day. In addition to the daily “extras”, for three decades now I have collected hundreds of hours in doctor waiting rooms.

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The Possible

I sipped my Yerba Mate this morning as the sun rose into the clouds reflecting on this for myself and my loved ones, all of us enthusiastic to pull back into our life the parts we’ve been in anticipation around.

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A Unicorn Day In My Unicorn Space

The safest thing for both of us in that moment was to operate where we were individually. It was a good moment in my day and probably the most Unicorn-defining moment. This girlfriend and I aligned clearly - we had communicated early about our desires and the moment I let her know I needed to slow and she should keep on, she said “Ok”. No questioning, no details necessary, no drama, no mothering, just “Ok”. She trusted in my trust, it was pretty cool.

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Rhythm

Even among chaos and disorder, in time, or however you define the linking of moments, patterns emerge. The peaks and valleys might not be exact replicas but familiar enough to mobilize strategies to protect or perhaps open vulnerable aspects of who we are, ready to evolve.

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Point 2 Point (Diabetes Athlete)

The key for me when adjusting dosing with insulin and fuel is balance & timing. Depleting my tissue of insulin (different than IOB) PRIOR to sensitivity from exercise is critical. I actually love it when I see a minimal bump up in glucose in that first hour.

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Stripped

That exposure underneath, a violation of structure, and even previously held boundaries and protection. There is a nuance of safety removed allowing things to surface we might, or we might not want to admit.

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Sunrise...How Do You Begin Your Day?

Just a short way down the beach a couple was jumping in the waves at sunrise together. They yelped in joy and hesitation at the brisk temperature of the water. They laughed and embraced, celebrating their efforts.

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