So far, it seems every diabetes blogger out there has said the same thing today. "What do you mean ONE thing to improve? The list is endless!"
At first I thought that my one thing to improve is EVERYTHING!
But that seems like the easy way out, writing-wise. So I shall roll the 20-sided die that resides in my brain and pick one thing.
I think today's big thing is logging numbers. I could always improve on logging numbers. I frequently say to myself, "I have all this technology and all of these fancy electronic bits at my service, I should barely have to write anything down! I could just connect my meter/Dexcom/pump/cell phone and print and be done!"
So do I take a few minutes every week to upload my shit on any of the computers in my house?
Nope. Or only if it's CDE or endo-visit time.
I realize it's just like letting the facts of my diabetes pass me by. It's a terrible habit to develop. It's one I'm constantly trying to work on.
Okay, that may be stretching it. It's a habit I'm always intending to turn into a good one, then I lose motivation or get stuck or [insert other excuse here].
It makes me consider an iBGstar. Or a Glooko. Or some kind of iPhone app that I can just plug numbers into. Do you have any logging secrets? I would like to become a blood glucose lumberjack! (Get it? Logging? *dodges the hook and runs offstage*)