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Thanks for your words of encouragement. I have been having a difficult time getting outside because of several wildfires in my area. I did manage to get out and water all the plants which are in containers. They need to be watered every day because of the heat.
Kudos to you!! Your weight and A1C are both going in the right direction. Welcome! We are happy that you are joining us. Carol
“You can often change your circumstances by changing your attitude.”
"Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday."
"A man is but the product of his thoughts what he thinks, he becomes."
Leader: Living with Diabetes
YOU can do it.
You CAN do it.
You can DO it.
You can do IT.
under my trackers there is a place to note that you did the sticks and someplace i can't find right now there is a place for personal notes maybe in the fitness area or the nutrition area and you can record them in there..i use my log book and my doc gave me the meter he wants me to use and it plugs into their computer at the clinic and graph and does all kinds of interesting things so you can see where you are some people here (I.M.MAGIC) have spreadsheets that they fill in with their computer and they are always willing to share those for sure
glad to have you back
the lady mary
TODAY IS LIFE THIS IS NOT A DRESS REHEARSAL
there is no cause when there is no effect km
i can do that, but not on a tuesday
for that is my day of thrust in the opposite direction -
off the starboard bow
over the hurdles,
and down the shute.
last is just the slowest winner. c.hunter boyd
people often say that motivation doesn't last. well neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily. zig ziglar
if i stitch fast enough do
started at 375 pounds
I don't use sparkpeaople to track my insulin and blood sugar. I use dbees.com. They have apps for iPhone and Android so you can log whenever/wherever. It has been handy for me. I will also log in dbees the carbs for meals that are calculated through sparkpeople. The two together are really helping me get a better handle on my diabetes control.
Hi there fellow diabetics, I've not been tracking food for over a year. I have sufferred some weight gain. I went to a free Head to Toe Diabetic Clinic this morning. I weighed in at 237.8. That's down from 240.6 last week when I saw my doctor. My A1-C was 6.8% which is down from 7.4% in May. I didn't get the numbers on the Cholesterol and the Blood Pressure, but was told they were both in the normal range. I do need to get back on track so I can feel good and have more energy.
I was wondering if there is a way to track my insulin along with my food and glucose tracking. Is there such a thing on Sparkpeople?