Let’s make it happen together!!!

1.  Push for the best results for you 2.  Stay strong 3.  Be determined to reach and keep within that normal range 4.  Do what you’re supposed to do, ie test sugars levels, eat well, take your insulin, exercise (find something active that you love and can maintain). 5.  ‘Overwhelmed‘ don’t suffer by yourself  6. …

The curious Peanut boy

My 3 year has a very inquisitive mind and could absolutely drive you mad with the millions of questions he can come up with. He never wants to hear the straight forwards answer. He always wants the answer with detail. He loves learning about new things and is absolutely obsessed with everything from Space, to Volcano’s…

The invisible Diabetes

When I first meet someone, I don’t introduce myself as, the type 1 diabetic, who has an insulin pump and pricks her fingers between six to eight times a day. To look at me, you’d just see Amina. The girl, who stands at 5ft 6 and 1/2 inches tall. The girl, from the northwest, with…