No way to tell for sure if my blood sugar has gone the way of toilets down here in Australia, cycling the other way ’round, but certainly being out of my routine has made my numbers more volatile.
So, like my fellow type 1s suggest, I’m going to give myself some space, stop the critical self-talk and know once I’m home and back in my routine, everything will normalize.
Let’s face it, you can fret over all the unexpected foods, events, and as a consequence numbers, or accept that’s life for a few weeks.
Meanwhile, there’s no end of adventures – Zoofari, wine, exotic animals and gorgeous blueberries! Sorry about everyone who’s freezing while it’s 88 F and sun, sun, sun.
2 thoughts on “Has being down under turned my blood sugar upside down?”
Traveling is an odd thing for us. I agree with the idea to experience, be careful, and above all, have fun.
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