By Jeremy | July 6, 2016
Tips and tales from a Type 1 diabetic world traveler who deals with immigration officials, pharmacies, and insulin, strips, and other weird-looking supplies.
By Jeremy | July 1, 2016
Why check BG if you don’t obsessively analyze them afterwards? Here’s the nerdy analysis of my own 140 readings from June 2016.
By Jeremy | 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.
By Jeremy | June 1, 2016
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!
By Jeremy | May 13, 2016
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.
By Jeremy | May 12, 2016
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.
By Jeremy | 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!
By Jeremy | May 9, 2016
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.
By Jeremy | May 5, 2016
A diabetic I met on Instagram sent me a postcard offering words of support but also some very specific travel inspiration. Thanks Breonna!
By Jeremy | May 4, 2016
Tips for getting the most out of a trip to the beautiful country of Vietnam with diabetes. Info on blood sugars, insulin, food, and staying safe with T1D.
By Jeremy | May 2, 2016
I checked my blood sugar 140 times in April, and made up all kinds of nerdy stats charts for them. See some improvements but also things to work on.
By Jeremy | April 29, 2016
Tips on staying safe and healthy when visiting the mighty Kingdom of Cambodia with diabetes. Keep insulin cool and your blood sugars in range.