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2011! Already?

2011! Already?
January 3, 2011, 8:11 pm
Filed under: CGMS, Diabetes

Where did this year go?! I’m amazed at what has happened this past year. I started 2 new schools, one of them being nursing school. I also moved into my own apartment, by myself! Just a lot of “adult steps.” Diabetic wise I got the Dexcom but I have not really took full advantage of it. I only wore it a couple times in 2010. One of my goals for this year is wearing my Dexcom more often. I am wearing it now until March 11 (my next endo appointment). I also made a dexcom/diabetic binder thing today. It looks pretty cute and it’s all organized. I am printing each day of my dexcom and adding a sheet of paper that I am writing down times that I am eating and my lantus/apiedra units. It should help a lot when I go to my appointment.

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