You can go anywhere with diabetes
Welcome! I'm Jeremy, world traveler and Type 1 diabetic. Diabetes doesn't stop me — and it shouldn't stop you from doing anything you want.
Get diabetes travel tips for many destinations, follow my travels around the world with T1D, and get inspired to achieve your own dreams here!
More Recent Posts
August 18, 2016
Learning to care for diabetes sometimes means getting used to routines that need to be revisited. It may be time to fine-tune your T1D thinking.
August 12, 2016
My “blood sugar guessing game” diabetes Vine videos have reached 50,000 loops. The response from other diabetics has been unexpected and very nice.
Interview with Madeline Milzark, an 18-year old Type 1 diabetic who was featured in a BBC story as an advocate for better diabetes understanding.
August 1, 2016
An analysis of all my blood sugar readings from July 2016. I checked my poor little fingers 151 times, but the numbers were pretty good – enough to be proud of.
Tips and tales from a Type 1 diabetic world traveler who deals with immigration officials, pharmacies, and insulin, strips, and other weird-looking supplies.
Why check BG if you don’t obsessively analyze them afterwards? Here’s the nerdy analysis of my own 140 readings from June 2016.
June 28, 2016
If you have a rare problem with your blood glucose monitor while traveling, you’ll be able to find a local replacement with some ingenuity and patience.
With smarter insulin doses, I ate what I wanted in May but had better blood sugars than last month. Here’s how perseverance improves diabetes control!
I swore off alcohol for a week and my blood sugars were nearly perfect the entire time. Even pizza couldn’t derail my winning streak! Here’s what happened.
Tips on getting the most out of a trip to Japan with diabetes. Info on food and insulin, getting and carrying supplies, and communicating in Japanese.
May 10, 2016
A day of eating octopus balls and guessing insulin doses in Akashi. Blood sugar got low but I evened it out. And saw the oldest stone lighthouse in Japan!
Tips for traveling to China with diabetes. Travel safely and smoothly with these tips on insulin, blood sugar, food, and supplies in this vast country.