Yesterday, I discussed some of the pros and cons of cruising with diabetes. On the plus side, there is plenty of food to choose from on a cruise and it’s always available when you are actually on the ship. It’s also nice to take a semi “break” from stressing so much about blood sugars. On […]
Last week, I got back from a 12-night cruise and 2-night stay in Amsterdam. If you have never cruised before, you might be asking yourself “How hard is it cruising with diabetes?” This is not really an easy question to answer. I started to write this post and it got way too long so I […]
Last week, I got back from a 2 week vacation in Amsterdam and cruising along the Baltic Sea. Unfortunately, my diabetes didn’t take a vacation and I ended up being quite low in Tallinn, Estonia (blood glucose was 56!).
What’s the difference between a nautical mile and a land mile? A nautical mile is more expensive…heheh….. I’m back! In case you were wondering where I have been the last three weeks, I was in Amsterdam for a few days then on a 12 night Baltic Sea cruise. Before the cruise I was planning on […]
Last week, my mother-in-law visited for a few days. She is also a Type 1 Diabetic and she brought her boyfriend with her who was a Type 2 Diabetic. We had quite the diabetes party :-P. It was my MIL’s first time visiting Richmond and she and her bf wanted to see a lot of […]
Traveling with diabetes is fun. I’m sure all of you reading this can share in my excitement of traveling with T1D. Not only do you have to worry if you packed all of your supplies but you also have to worry if the supplies will all fit in your carry-on, or if you decide to […]
My husband and I love to travel. We met over 6 years ago and have traveled a lot of great places together. But since buying a house back in August, we haven’t traveled at all, which is changing tomorrow-yay! We are going on our first vacation since becoming homeowners. We love to ski so we […]