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Diabetes is tough! Especially right now while I am on the road spreading the word about how Yoga is a lifesaver when it comes to the day to day management of diabetes. I’m using test strips like there’s no tomorrow while navigating unexpected lows, raging highs and doing my best to stick to daily routines amidst early morning flights and media calls. Don’t get … Read More Diabetes and Mindset
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Welcome to day two of Diabetes Blog Week. Already its been an intense smorgasboard of words and images to take in. I am absolutely loving this years posts and it’s only Tuesday. Huge thank you to Karen from Bitter Sweet Diabetes for making this happen. Todays theme is The other half of diabetes- Tuesday We think a lot about the physical component of diabetes, … Read More All I really want to do is eat chocolate pizza!
Today is World Diabetes Day. In just a little over a year my life and my understanding of Type 1 Diabetes has changed dramatically. A year ago I was in tears at the thought of having to inject for the rest of my life. I felt defeated and devastated, because I’d assumed that all the hard work I’d put into my health hadn’t paid … Read More Taking on the World!
I’m super disciplined when it comes to managing my diabetes.That is until about four in the afternoon, when all hell breaks loose. I can trace my troublesome behaviour back to my teenage years. I’d come home from school open the fridge and snack and snack….. and snack! Do I blame my bad habits as a teen for my LADA diabetes? Of course not, but … Read More For the Love of Habits
I’m proud of myself. I’ve managed to face one of my biggest fears this week. Being a total health freak I avoid anything to do with doctors, hospitals or medication. It’s one of the reasons I avoided insulin, but my ideals couldn’t prevent the inevitable. I’ve been struggling with a kidney stone for over a month and had to have it surgically removed. I … Read More Just Say YES
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I’m having one of those days again. I’m sure you can relate. My brilliant blood sugar management strategy has tanked with a million reasons why. Could be the almonds I ate a few days ago and sneaked in again today. Could be my period, that stubborn kidney stone that’s stuck and won’t come out. Could be the early mornings, the long walk I went … Read More When it all comes crashing down
I am excited to share that a piece I wrote on Yoga and Diabetes has been published in a popular online Yoga Magazine. My passion is to support and inspire fellow diabetics of all types to try Yoga and see the myriad benefits. Hope you enjoy the piece…with great respect Rachel Is Yoga a Cure-All for Diabetes? I always thought that yoga was a … Read More Is Yoga a Cure-All for Diabetes?
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It’s so easy to forget the absolute miracle that we are when facing the daily onslaught of Diabetes. While most people are taking their bodies for granted we wage war. Well…let me speak for myself, at the worst of times I do.
Concentration is the first and most important step to meditation. Students often share that they can’t meditate. You might even be thinking that right now.
Sitting quietly, watching the breath, practicing slow mindfulness we experience ourselves as the peace itself. We think it’s the practice thats enabling the peace, but in reality we are never not peace. The body is peace, the thoughts are peace and all of nature, all that has come before and all that will ever be is peace.