PREdiabetes = PREVENTdiabetes

You may have noticed that I keep spelling the word “prediabetes” as “PREdiabetes”. It’s not some wierd spelling issue (though I do have a real problem with spelling…its a long story & I am very thankful for the invention of spellcheck.) I keep spelling it as “PREdiabetes” to keep reminding myself that my diagnosis isContinue reading “PREdiabetes = PREVENTdiabetes”

How To Make Progress When Your Busy?

Baby Steps Count Too! Today went sideways on me, and I failed to accomplish half the things I had hoped to accomplish. That sucks, but it happens. I know I need to stay positive and stay focused on the end goal: reverse my PREdiabetes diagnosis. What I did accomplish today was writing down everything IContinue reading “How To Make Progress When Your Busy?”

Sunday Stats

For many, Sunday is the day of rest. For others, it’s all about Football or their Fantasy Football stats. For me, Sunday is partially a day of rest, in that I don’t run errands or do much in the way of household chores, but it’s also my day of organization and preparation for the upcomingContinue reading “Sunday Stats”

My First Weekend With PREdiabetes

Part 2 After spending the morning deciding to tackle my PREdiabetes diagnosis by first focusing on weight-loss, exercise and sleep hygiene, I split the rest of my day doing my normal weekend chores and errands, and trying to implement a healthier lifestyle. Overall the day was good, but I definitely experienced a couple of “OhContinue reading “My First Weekend With PREdiabetes”

My First Weekend w/PREdiabetes

Part 1 As I shared yesterday, Thursday evening I was super excited to get my very own (used) copy of Prediabetes: A Complete Guide, Your Lifestyle Reset to Stop Prediabetes and Other Chronic Illnesses from Amazon. While I had checked out the exact same book from the library, I am a bibliophile that believes distressedContinue reading “My First Weekend w/PREdiabetes”


A Transitive Verb: To Desire With Expectation Of Obtainment Or Fulfillment Today the rational side of my brain was in control most of the day. Considering it is Friday the 13th today and PREdiabetes is a nightmare diagnosis, I’d say being rational most of the day is a win. My other wins was coming howContinue reading “Hope!”

Yesterday Was No Good.

Yesterday a nurse called me with my lab results from my annual physical/blood test, and in an oh-so-professional and matter-of-fact way told me that I am PREdiabetic. Yesterday was not a good day. At that precise moment, my brain split in two. The rational side of my brain slowed down, attempted to process the informationContinue reading “Yesterday Was No Good.”

Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

This is an example post, originally published as part of Blogging University. Enroll in one of our ten programs, and start your blog right. You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling overwhelmed. Just click theContinue reading “Introduce Yourself (Example Post)”

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