Living in the Moment

Today I have not been feeling very well, which has given me a lot of time to reflect on life. To preface what I have been thinking about, let me share a little (related) quirk of mine. I have this horrid habit that I perform during movies. It is hard for me to sit through…

Changes No One Told Me About Getting Married

Everyone always told me that getting married was an “adjustment”, but they never explained what that meant. Here are five changes that nobody warned me would happen when I got married.

Biggest T1D Pet Peeves (as told by GIFs)

I know that people (usually) have the best intentions. However, being Diabetic there are some things you hear over and over again that just make you wonder, why? Here are a few examples of some of the biggest Diabetic pet peeves.

I Will Never Be Anyone’s WCW, and That is More Than OK.

The first time I remember social media being a big deal was when I was in grade eight. Myspace was pretty popular and everyone had one. Every time I logged on, I would see boyfriends commenting on my friend’s pictures, profiles filled with couples talking about how great their significant others were and other mushy…

A Story of Boy-Meets-Girl

December 17th is a big day in the Nokleby household. Here is a little look into why exactly that is.

Procrastination: The Killer of Hopes and Dreams

With the end of the semester emerging, most people turn to procrastination and all-nighters as their new best friends. Starting to beat procrastination now will help you to have a less stressful finals week, and a more satisfying end to your semester.

Being Comfortable in my Skin

I think that social media can do a really great job of making people feel inadequate. It is so important to focus on the positive qualities we possess, and not on the things that we feel we are lacking.

Style With a Cause: Alex and Ani

Alex and Ani is not only an obsession-worthy jewelry brand, they have also teamed up with JDRF to help raise awareness and funds to benefit T1D.

Making the Best of Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes can be rough, but I have found that looking for the good things I have gained from it helps the disease feel a lot less awful.