And this is why I haven’t been posting Dexcom pictures lately
I tend to think of my over-sharing of Dexcom photos as a form of accountability. By being open about my highs and lows I think it helps keep a degree of focus about my diabetes management. That was part of the reason for starting the Daily Dexcom Tumblr – to show genuine ups and downs of this disease, as told by Dexcom graphs (and potentially pretentious image filters). But what happens when I start to second-guess my decision to share? What happens when I hold back?
Coinciding with my marathoning through Scrubs on Netflix, Ashley Rose joins me this week. We discuss her journey to becoming a Registered Nurse, the compressed education track she took to get this far, the complexity of working within the current healthcare system, and the reality of working with patients that can find you on Facebook. We also discuss her diabetes diagnosis and we judge the accuracy of various medical shows past and present. Enjoy.
E3 is this week. It’s Christmas for gamers, in part because we get a look at what we can expect for (real) Christmas. There will be a lot of posturing and debate online about who “won” and who “lost”, but that doesn’t matter to me. New games? New consoles? I’m pretty sure everybody wins.
Every outlet under the sun will have coverage out the wazoo (which can be painful if left unchecked). If you want to see what all of this is about, start with Rev3 Games. Adam Sessler is legit.