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One Thing to Improve: Patterns

May 16, 2012

Yesterday we gave ourselves and our loved ones a big pat on the back for one thing we are great at.  Today let’s look at the flip-side.  We probably all have one thing we could try to do better.  Why not make today the day we start working on it.  No judgments, no scolding, just sharing one small thing we can improve so the DOC can cheer us on!

One thing to improve on. Hmmm, this would be a good subject to introduce my blog to Kerri’s favorite: bullets.  There are always things to improve on.  But rather than focus on everything and just get down on myself, I’ll find one thing.  And I think that thing is consistency/finding patterns.  I find it hard to log & keep track of what I do in regards to diabetes every day.  I know that diabetes is a numbers game and patterns are a huge part of it.  So why can’t I just do it?  If only it were so easy!  I have glooko, I’ve used sugar stats, I’ve used Kevin’s log.  It seems like nothing works.  And it’s not that it doesn’t work, but if you don’t keep up with it, it’s hard to find patterns.  I hope from here on out that I can do it….

Ready…
Set….
Go!

Click for the One Thing to Improve – Wednesday 5/16 Link List.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 16, 2012 10:32 AM

    I hate when I do keep track and then find nothing useful. This is why I get frustrated and give up. Someday all our devices will be in one and we won’t have do any work 🙂

  2. May 16, 2012 9:10 PM

    Best app I’ve found for helping me log everything is dbees.com. I have it on my kindle, my android phone and bookmarked on my computer. I can track carbs, BS #s, insulin and meds, and even input all my lab results for tracking. There are superior graphs and charts. I’ve tried all the other free apps out there and by far this is the best one I’ve found. It has made all the difference to me!

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