Around this time of year many bloggers come out with holiday gift guides, listing of all the things you should be buying for your friends and family. I’m going to put a spin on that this year, by sharing a list of charities my family supports.
Going back to school and starting back with the team is stressful for kids with diabetes. Thankfully there’s a guy like Max Domi reaching out to help them #LightItUp
Each member of our family has a very unique charity and a very personal reason for supporting them. How does your family give where you live?
It doesn’t take much, just a little nudge, a little accountability, and a little teamwork. Thanks to Sport Check for helping me share my ideas to #GiveABetterGift!
Here’s a list of people who achieved greatness in their fields despite living with diabetes. From the field of play to the big screen, here’s some inspiration from celebrities living with diabetes.
As the air gets brisk, I’m reflecting on an epic summer of growing for my boys. So many achievements unlocked, so many bucket list checks, so much giving back.
Max Domi manages his diabetes with a team of support and he’s here to support others. Powered By Accuracy is a new resource to help Canadians living with diabetes live inspired lives.
There is one thing all superheroes have in common. No matter their backstory or power, they all care. Empathy is the thing I hope my kids take from their superhero fantasies.
My boys are training for their first long distance races. Is it good for kids to run long distances? I talk to some running experts, and get the kids some new shoes.
I have a dadbod and with that dadbod comes a dadbutt. Everything with the dadbod means not fighting your true size and buying clothes that fit – same with dadbutt.
What’s it like to have diabetes at school? With so many schools ill equipped or unwilling to support diabetic kids, it can be a nightmare. It shouldn’t be. Diabetes is manageable when kids have support. So why aren’t we offering them the same support children with allergies receive?
33000 kids in Canada and 3500 in Alberta will go back to school with diabetes this month. It’s an easy disease to manage, if schools are willing to help. The willingness, however, is not always there.
Here are 4 secrets to help you make the best Silk smoothie just in time for summer. It’s all in how you handle your fruit. Here’s how I do it:
It’s been a year since the peace of running was shattered by the bombings in Boston. This weekend, #dadsrun4boston. I hope you’ll join us.
#Cinnaleve is holding a Twitter Chat to discuss how to maintain healthy blood sugar for type 2 diabetics. Can cinnamon help? Find out how at this chat.
Thank you so much to all these brands that have engaged the DadCAMP audience this quarter and supported Team Diabetes.