Friday, July 15, 2011

Moving Day.

It's been exactly one month since the launch date of the You Can Do This Project, so I thought now might be a good time to announce that it has a new home!

You can now find the project at Go take a peak!

I'll be adding and readjusting content over the coming days, but it's a start. The link list will remain on this site, under the "You Can Do This Project" tab, until further notice (due to technical difficulties). If you've got any feedback for me, or if something doesn't work right - please let me know!

The current tab on this site will, from now on, just house the link list - and I've included a note there, to let folks know about the new address. I have moved all of the other content to

Thanks to everyone who has made a video, written a blog post, done a podcast, left a comment, mentioned YCDT to someone else, or has in any other way supported and participated in the project. You all are what makes this initiative so powerful.

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This week's Hope Paige Medical giveaway winner is...


Here's her comment:

Jasmine said...

I still want to contribute a video....although my available technology to do so is quite limited. Still, I've loved being a viewer, hearing everyone's stories and learning from their experiences.

July 14, 2011 8:32 AM

Congratulations, Jasmine! Please send me an email at textingmypancreas (at) gmail (dot) com with your full name, phone number and the email address you'd like Hope Paige to contact you at. I will pass your information on to Hope Paige Medical, so that you can pick out what ID you'd like, and how to customize it!


  1. Oh my gosh, I'm so excited!! What a relief....this crosses one thing off of my enormous moving-out-of-the-country-for-two-years list: bilingual medical bracelet. Thanks, Kim and Hope Paige! Emailing you now....

  2. How exciting! Going now to check it out!

  3. Sweet that it has it's own site now, Kim! Honestly, I need to make a confession here: I haven't yet done my video. And even more honest, there's a reason for it... (self-doubt that, in fact, I actually CAN do "it"). Lot going on in my crazy mind, but one of the most energizing and inspiring thing I've seen in the past month has been this incredible project. It's actually proving the point, persuading me that maybe I can. And so, I promise: the video is coming soon. Thanks so much for being the brain-child of this and doing what you do, Kim. You certainly rock.

  4. I still need to do this... I am always behind!


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