I’m racking my brains and it’s not all that fun. Much of life right now is busy, with a flurry of change, stress, and anxiety. Topping it off, diabetes has decided it must be extra complicated during already difficult time in our lives.
I don’t want you to get the impression things are all bad, they’re not. I have a new job and career. It is great. However, being that I work on commission there’s natural stress and anxiety, but I love what I do. I am an insurance agent now. Many things fell into place for me to end up in a new career. Continue reading
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We made it to Orlando on Monday the 4th and have had a blast. Here are a few pictures to show the story of what has happened. I’ll write a post soon to share detail. I’m in the middle of a career change so life is crazy right now. Take care my friends. Enjoy the pictures. Here is the dates for next years conference, July 4th-9th. Hope to see you there (see http://childrenwithdiabetes.com/ for more information)
We took off bright and early.
we seen an awesome advocate and good friend
I was excited to meet this guy at MasterLab
I think Rissa will be a diabetes researcher someday soon
This was a victory
This was in depth presentation by a brilliant man
A bunch of dads met up for beer. Fast friends we all became.
This is one of the coolest guys around. I really enjoy hanging out with him.
Thank you to the sponsers who made FFL 16 possible.
Conferences like this help with diabetes burnout