I don’t think I am the only one to declare how quickly 2018 has passed. Here we are with just 11 days and a few hours to go before 2019. It seems like just yesterday that we were moving into our new office and launching as a full L.L.C.
While many of us are moving at light speed to finish “everything” before the end of the year, we should also take a few moments to reflect on what we did accomplish this year. I bet you had some wonderful achievements and have much to celebrate and be grateful for. Not sure where to begin?
Get Your Free Diabetes Year In Review Template
To make it less heavy, we have created a FREE! template for you to use to review your year with your diabetes in mind. Now, diabetes does not define who you are. It certainly does not define my son who has Type 1. But, it is a big part of our lives. Even though we did not ask for it, it is a part of the holistic way we look at life because this thing is present in pretty much everything we do.
This is based on the technique I use in my coaching practice. The focus is always on that person’s best vision of themselves. This includes milestones, gratitude and what they wish to do to continue to move forward to become the best version of themselves. If they have diabetes and wish to manage it better, we also bring that into the picture as there are usually some goals around it.
If you are the caretaker of a child with diabetes, then this is a good tool to use with them to celebrate some achievements and set new goals for the new year. It all focuses on everything in a positive space.
You can download the template here My Diabetes Year in Review.
To all who supported me personally and Diapoint this year, I cannot thank you enough. I am full of gratitude for your support. When I look back on 2018, a lot was achieved. But be sure, this was not done alone. I could not have gotten this far without you. – Thank you.
5 Essentials for Managing Type 1 Diabetes at School
Relieve some of the anxiety you feel whenever your child with Type 1 Diabetes heads to school for the day.
You'll find tips on educating the teacher and nurse, making emergency snack boxes, traveling on the school bus and more.