Traveling with Type 1: A T1D Packing List

Traveling with type 1 diabetes is not always easy, but with a little extra planning and preparation, you can hopefully avoid most stressful diabetes-related drama on your vacation. … More Traveling with Type 1: A T1D Packing List

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3 Meals to up your Glamping Game

Curious how to shop for your next car camping trip? Here’s a sample shopping list and three simple easy gourmet meals to take your camping trip to the next level. Added bonus: everything tastes better when cooked outside. Note: it’s recommended that you actually get outside and go for a hike, rather than sit around and drink all day. Please try to clean up and leave no trace. … More 3 Meals to up your Glamping Game

A Beginners Guide to Backpacking with Type 1 Diabetes

I grew up assuming that backpacking was not an option for me.  Backpacking along with scuba diving was looped into the “too dangerous for diabetics” category in my head. A category, which I’ve only recently realized is completely ludicrous. Unlike scuba diving, no one (other than my mom) has ever told me that backpacking is … More A Beginners Guide to Backpacking with Type 1 Diabetes

The Vineyard Chronicles: El Buen Vino de Ensenada

Chianti, Marlborough Bay, Provence, Napa, La Rioja, Chile, Valle de Guadalupe.  Valle de Guadalupe is the wine region that makes up a part of Ensenada, Mexico about eighty miles south of the Tijuana border.  Ensenada has always housed a few vineyards, but it’s not until the past couple of years that Ensenada has truly emerged as … More The Vineyard Chronicles: El Buen Vino de Ensenada