This year has been a rollercoaster for me. As I started off the year with uncontrollable BGL lvls...and it was still my first year with T1D. As I do know only less than handfull of people with Diabetes I have found tudiabetes, all the endo's that I have seen, the NHS dietician, my Specialist Private Diabetes Nurse, the books that I have been reading extremely useful to get where I am now.
Nowadays, basically I have cut stress as much as I can out of my life
Do not eat a lot of carbs (90-120 grams per day)
Limit my portions overall and keep my weight stable
Exercize (once per week cardio and once pilates and walk any distance if time allows me)
Got a CGM!!! (has been the most helpfull gadget in understanding my BGLs)
Further recently started short courses at open university on health science, to understand the human body, nutrition, genetics and all other factors that have an effect on diabetes better.
The more I am being taught, the more I have been reading, I have found my health being under much better control. Hope it lasts :)