Tip #1: Wow, this thing is ugly.
|"Um... it's... a wallet. With weird |
plastic holsters and mesh pockets."
Solution: I found a $5 cosmetic bag at Old Navy, and everything fits - meter, bottle of test strips, lancing device, extra lancets, alcohol swabs, and spare pump caps. And it's sneaky! Granted, everything slides around all willy-nilly in there, but it's a price I'm willing to pay.
Tip #2: Free is better than spending $10.
acceptable for sharps disposal. The opening is too small to accept larger things, like my Dexcom sensor applicators, but it works great to house old insulin pump tubing, used insertion site harpoons, and other diabetes discards.
Tip #3: I can't find my (insert name of diabetes object here) in this cavernous purse.
IV3000 tape for CGM sensor secureness, glucose tabs, other snacks... it gets jumbly in there.
Tip #4: I'm wearing a dress, and want to appear as non-robotic as possible.
|In the name of science, I'm uploading|
a picture of my bra. Parts of me can't
believe I just did this. At least it's for
a good cause, right?