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In 61 one days I’m going to celebrate my 25th birthday.  I have two wishes. The first one is to have a small celebration together with my boyfriend, my brother and his girlfriend. The second wish is to fit again in my awsome grey pants.

I know there is so less time for it, because there are only 8 weeks. I have really some work to do.  But I have to do it. There’s no other way! I’ve never felt so bad in my own body before. I believe I’ve reached the point, where it is absolutely necessery to do something! I find it very helpful to write everything down. To share my own thoughts, difficulties and moods. Like a confession. And at the end of the day and maybe after some time to read again what was it that bothered me and if I managed to deal with it. Let’s cross fingers and think: “Yes”.



After some years with diabetes, listening always to what doctors say, I’ve decided to do what my body says. I think that the most important thing is to find the way that works best for you. And since I’ve had no success with the conventional therapy, I’ve decided to go with a low carb eating style. I’ve read some opinions and some very interesting posts about the life of a diabetic following a low carb diet. And many of them say that it’s worked  for them, helping control their glucose levels and reduce the insulin intake.

I do not know how this would affect my condition. I hope it would work for me also.

♥♥♥♥♥ I am sitting and thinking what to write. There are so many thing in my head. As in every woman’s head there are thousands things that keep my mind occupied. Like in a woman’s bag – there are so many things, but you have to look very carefully in order to find the thing you need. Somebody said: “The only ONE thing you can not find in a woman’s bag is ORDER!” 🙂

I am sure about one thing, I want to be healthy and happy. And I would do anything to achieve my goal. No matter what people say, no matter what they think. I have always been dependent from people’s opinion. And this is not the right way to go, especially when you have diabetes. You always will find someone to ask you are you going to die, can you eat that or that, are your kids going also to have diabetes??. And many other things.  I would say to ignore  those people, and start listening to your body. Do the things that you have to do, that make you feel better!

I remember when I was at the hospital there was on old lady laying next to me, who told me she could never live a life like mine. She would have killed herself because she would have no life anymore. But every diabetic knows, that it’s not true. As long as you have your condition under control you could live a perfectly normal life!

So, let’s be healthy and happy!



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