January: "Last night, MTV aired an episode of its series "True Life", called "True Life: I Have Diabetes".
February: "You know that moment where your diabetes-related spidey sense kicks in, and you can't help but stumble all over yourself?"
March: "Someone please explain this to me."
April: "On Saturday, Aaron and I got all gussied up to attend a local JDRF Gala."
May: "Everyone else has Siri. I want a Bigi."
June: "The You Can Do This Project turns one year old today!"
July: "Yesterday, my friend Wendy shared something about her young daughter on Facebook."
August: "My time spent at the Roche Social Media Summit gave me a lot to think about."
September: "Over the course of several months I've been making small but cumulative changes to things like what I eat, how much I eat, how much I exercise, and most importantly, how my mind frames all of those activities."
October: "Last week I saw what was probably intended as a passing comment, claiming that "information is the antidote to fear" when it comes to health."
November: "To the marketers, communicators, fundraisers, educators, healthcare providers, medical students, and everyone else who wants to talk about diabetes in a public way: please choose your words wisely."
December: "It's the first day of Give All The Things! Ready? Let's do this!"