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Cycle Now to Thirty Three

Today I cycle my life to it’s thirty third year. An exercise in curiosity brings me to wonder if there are any extra meanings to the number thirty three. Here’s a couple cherry picked from Wikipedia

Check in About Checking Out

I completely blocked Facebook on my work computer and have decided to stop looking at any screens two hours before bedtime every night in an effort to sleep better. This cuts out a significant part o

Diabetes Awareness Day?

So apparently it’s “World Diabetes Day”. I was diagnosed as a Type 1 Diabetic after a lovely visit to the emergency room at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota while visiting family over a year and a half a

Velocity of Success

Quietly I’ve been stressing about a good handful of things this last month or so; also realized that I have access to some awesome mojo when I’m focused. In the last week I’ve had three job interview

A Rare Thing Indeed

One year ago today I left Project Earth and went to the Emergency Room at the Mayo Clinic in Albert Lea, MN. I was treated for ketoacidosis and diagnosed as a Type 1 diabetic. It’s been a long oftent

Just to Let You Know

Health Check: 5 Months No Insulin. It’s been a real struggle for me to do what I’m doing with my health. How am I doing? Great, physically. I’ve never really felt this good physically. My diet is pre

Some Specifics About Food

Over the years I’ve attempted several shifts in my diet to see what effect it would have on my daily life. I’ve been gluten free for over three and a half years now. When I started the change in my d

After the Rollercoaster Leveled Out

Three months ago I ended up in the emergency room with a diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes. You may have read my post back at the end of June. If not, go back and read it if you want to know where this al

I Prayed for Clarity and Got a Wake Up Call

Over the course of the last 4 months I have had a thirst that was completely unquenchable. This is not a metaphor, I literally would drink and drink and drink water all day long and never be sated. Al