Can you take photos of yourself with your blood glucose machine in these ten different places? Join the #bgnow selfie challenge!
Our 90 days in China began in the huge city of Xi’an, where we got a hotel right in the old city walls and spent a few days getting to know this smoggy but ancient-feeling world.
Stacey Simms, who runs the excellent Diabetes Connections podcast, was kind enough to chat with me about my experiences traveling with Type 1 diabetes, and living with it in Osaka, Japan, for her latest episode which she just uploaded. In our 30-minute conversation we talk about the difficulties, challenges, and […]
I revamped this website with some updated graphics, links, and features. I hope it’s easy to navigate and promotes more interaction via comments, sharing, social networking, etc. Any diabetics and/or travelers who have something to say please get in touch with me or leave a comment, I’m always looking to […]
I recently had a nice milestone on my 70-130 diabetes travel Instagram account: one of my photos reached 100 likes! The picture is a photo of the town square of Tartu, Estonia taken at dusk. The lights of the square light up a building in a kind of heightened yellow-gold […]
It’s a nice idea, but a real “bucket list” can’t actually exist. Here’s the philosophy of why… and why that’s a good thing.
This macro photo of my insulin needle shows that even after 20 or so uses it’s still smooth and sharp.
Insulin Nation added a short article about my Europe diabetes travel video on YouTube to their website. Thanks guys!
Masayo and I drove through Greenville, Florida, where Ray Charles grew up, and Albany, Georgia, where he was born. There is a memorial in each town. I got an unfair speeding ticket between them, but loved the towns.
I edited together this video of me with my OneTouch Ultra machine in some cool places across Europe.
I wrote an article called “6 Tips For Traveling With Type 1 Diabetes” on Insulin Nation.
The European trip over, Masayo and I flew from Bodø, Norway to Atlanta, Georgia on a series of three flights that took all day. My BG lingered in the 190s most of the day, but that’s not bad for a day of no sleep and long flights and no exercise.