Being an iPhone fan & a type 1 diabetic I was quite excited when I came across this product. I have heard rumours in the past about Blood glucose iPhone accesories but have never seen them be released.
I was dreading but also looking forward to this programme, as i was intrigued as to how they portrayed us, but i also knew it might anger me. I didnt actually manage to watch it on the Monday night, but managed to catch up on wednesday night.
I thought I would chat about my Diabetes support group Circle D, run by my friend Shelley Bennett.
The mission and aim of Circle D is to support as many 18-30 year old’s with diabetes as possible. This can be through all sorts of different ways, such as Facebook, the forum, the website, the meetings or events.
So today i finally decided to buy rebeccaireland.co today, and I’m really glad I did, it seems to be really popular so far!
The .co domain was created as a country code for Columbia, but anyone can buy a .co domain. They are ideal if you can’t get a .co.uk or .com domain, or to say something about your site, like it is a community website.
I had waited for this day for months (well since announcement day) and was ridiculously excited. The few days before I had already visited the App store on iTunes and downloaded some apps ready for when i got my iPad.
Well, I have had Type 1 diabetes since May 1997 (13 years!). A few weeks before I was diagnosed I had a common cold, a week later my family noticed I was constantly tired and consuming high volume of liquids. They knew this was unusual so I was taken to the doctors who tested my blood glucose and saw that it was very high.