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Hey all! It's been a very eventful past few weeks. I'm currently in Australia and doing a bit of travelling around, staying with various people and enjoying the culture.
I recently wrote a blog post about how I thought that in coming to Oz it'd somehow magically straighten out my levels. Well, two weeks later, and I'm still experiencing horrendous rollercoaster diabetes - which…
Well, this is my first post...and as such, I would like to introduce myself to all you lovely people reading it!
My name is Alissa and I am a Type 1 Diabetic. I am also a drama student at university in England in my final year at the moment. I have a beautiful and supportive family, and try my hardest to keep my levels in check! It is pretty difficult to keep it in check as a student, as I have no structure or routine to my day, though I have tried to implement one.