Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15

Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15
Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15

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What the Heck are IPX Ratings Anyway?

Posted by Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15 on Aug 25, 2018 9:58:00 AM

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Tags: managing diabetes, going on vacation with diabetes, traveling with diabetes, life with diabetes, Animas®insulin pump, Medtronic insulin pump, diabetes tips, insulin pump, type 1 diabetes, waterproof, water resistance, IPX rating

15 Travel Tips for Insulin Pumpers...part 2

Posted by Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15 on Jun 30, 2018 11:16:00 AM

I’ve planned, booked, organised, packed, and said a not-so-tearful goodbye to my colleagues. I’ve loaded my e-reader with as many books as it will hold. I’ve checked every item off of my pre-travel checklist (get your copy here) and I’m ready to go. There ARE, however, a few things to still keep in mind while traveling with a pump.

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Tags: going on vacation with diabetes, traveling with diabetes, diabetes and airplanes, life with diabetes, insulin pump, infusion sets, travel list, diabetes supplies checklist, type 1 diabetes

Cash Infusion: Saving Money on insulin pump infusion sets.

Posted by Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15 on Jun 28, 2018 1:19:45 PM

Everyone likes to save money. As diabetics, it’s even more important, as we have all the extra ‘stuff’ to purchase. Lancets, pen needles, insulin, alcohol swabs, pump supplies, more than the average person. And I know my diabetic friends, all of whom have been conquering the disease daily for 25 years or more, have little tips and short cuts.

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Tags: children with diabetes, diabetes community, life with diabetes, being attached to an insulin pump, Medtronic insulin pump, lower cost infusion sets, cost savings, pharmacy, diabetes tips, infusion set tips, infusion set savings, diabetes costs, insulin pump, infusion sets, type 1 diabetes

15 Travel Tips for Insulin Pumpers...part 1

Posted by Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15 on Jun 8, 2018 12:43:44 PM

It’s Friday, 5pm. I’m locking my desk, donning my coat, and stepping outside. And I’m sporting a smile wider than the Grand Canyon, because it’s vacation time! A week or two to unwind, forget the office politics, and read all of those books I’ve told people I’ve already read. I’ve packed and planned, and now I’m primed to go. But is my insulin pump?

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Tags: life with diabetes, being attached to an insulin pump, insulin cartridges, pharmacy, diabetes, traveling with diabetes, diabetes and airplanes, going on vacation with diabetes, type 1 diabetes

Why did I wait so long to go on an insulin pump?

Posted by Kelly Evans, Type 1 '72, Pumper '15 on Apr 28, 2018 12:22:11 PM

Change is good. We know this, even if sometimes we disagree. Without change, we’d still be living in wooden houses, cooking over fires, and relying on our local leech farms for medical advice.

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Tags: Medtronic insulin pump, Animas insulin pump, type 1 diabetes, insulin, anxiety, starting an insulin pump, being attached to an insulin pump, transitioning from MDI to a pump

     

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