A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… I wrote a lifestyle column on dLife.com called Been There, Done That. I shared my ideas about living life with diabetes. As my career took different turns (and the miscarriages count piled up), it became more difficult to write. In fact, for a few years, I didn’t write anything that wasn’t related to my career.
My, how times have changed! How my life has changed!
I’m back to dLife as a columnist and if you’d like to see what I’ve written in the past as well as my latest articles, you can pop on over there and get your fill. They’ve got a lot of great resources (and some other columnists that you probably know already, like Kerri and Scott and Bennet and Will Dubois…)
I’m talking this month about making my decision about insulin pump therapy… The article is Eeny, Meeny, Miney…Pump. If you like it, let me know. If you don’t… let me know.
And in The Diabetes UnConference news…
Holy wow, Batman. Remember how I said I was worried that no one was going to come?
I am so thrilled to find out that I’m wrong. (And as someone who hates to say “I’m wrong”… this is strange for me.)
People are registering. Lots of people. Registration has already surpassed my first goal and well on the way to my next goal. A sell out conference? It’s happening.
Registration has been open for a week and all I can say is that if you haven’t registered yet, please do so soon… there is a maximum number of attendees that the rooms can hold (and a maximum number of the rooms in our room block for The Diabetes UnConference that is rapidly filling up…).
So, if you haven’t registered yet, please… do that as soon as you can. I want to learn from you.