The other day, a friend of mine asked if I could make her some charts she could print off and put into her bullet journal.
She was recently diagnosed as ‘pre-diabetic’. Meaning that she may have a form of diabetes but they’re not sure what sort and how serious it is.
So, right now, she’s using a blood-sugar record several times a day. For ‘use’ read ‘stab self in finger’. Yeah, not fun, but necessary.Continue reading “I Made A Resource For A Pre-Diabetic Friend”
I’m no stranger to micro-blogging. I used to have a Tumblr blog for many years, but fell out of love with that place eventually. Not for lack of stuff to share, by any means. No, Tumblr lost me because it is actually quite hard work to do long-form blogging on there, and if you start a post in Markdown and save it as a draft, it gets converted to HTML. Fun! (Not.)
(And then Tumblr got gobbled up by Yahoo, which in turn got gobbled up by Verizon and stitched together with the remnants of AOL to form Oath. Possibly a reference to what passed a lot of people’s lips when they heard that news.)Continue reading “Micro-blogging”
It dawned on me the other day that it is coming up for 30 years since I first got online.
Needless to say, the world was a lot different back then!Continue reading “Thirty Years Online”
So 2018 is now in the rear-view mirror—and good riddance to it. While I did make some progress on personal stuff last year, it was overshadowed by my Dad’s terminal illness and the stress and strain of caring for him.
He passed away peacefully in the early hours of the 22nd December, at home with his family around him, as he had wished.Continue reading “Goodbye to 2018, and to my Dad”