Our D-history:

My daughter, *Rosie, was five years old when she was diagnosed on September 19, 2008, with Type I Diabetes. We started out on MDI, but in October 2010 we switched to a pump. We also added a Dexcom CGM in May of 2011. In February 2014 we changed to the Medtronic Enlite system- a pump and CGM all in one.

*Rosie is not her real name... I let her pick her own pseudonym for the blog!

Friday, November 4, 2011

NHBPM: My Post-Post Blogging Process

November is also Diabetes Awareness Month!

Today's Prompt: What happens after you press “publish.” Write about your post-blog-writing process. Do you immediately tweet a link? Email it to everyone? Re-read it for spelling errors?

The first thing I do is view the post on the blog itself, to make sure the formatting is OK.  Nothing drives me more crazy on my blogs than text that's misaligned or weird spaces in my posts.  If needed, I correct those.

Usually after writing on my own blog I go out and comment on other's blogs for a few minutes.  I know I enjoy getting comments, so I try to leave a few for others. 

Sometimes I'll tweet about the post if it's something I want some feedback on, but I don't do that with every post.  (Maybe I should?)

That's about it for my post-post process.  :)  

This post was written as part of NHBPM – 30 health posts in 30 days.

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Next to the doctor's office, I think some of the best diabetes tips I've ever gotten have come from discussions in the comment sections of diabetes blogs. :)