Two Thumbs Up for “The Complete Diabetes Organizer”

Two Thumbs Up for “The Complete Diabetes Organizer”

As I hope you’ve noticed, I’ve managed to keep DiabetesEveryDay.com free of advertising, the idea being that whenever I endorse or recommend a product you’ll know it’s coming straight from me without any financial influence. And, having the dual personality- person with diabetes and person who counsels people who have diabetes – I can’t help but look at anything diabetes-related from both angles. So, when I tell you that a new book, The Complete Diabetes Organizer, is something you should read and keep handy for frequent reference, you can believe it. I’m certainly keeping it handy.

The book is written by fellow Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator and my friend Susan Weiner, and co-authored by Leslie Josel, an authority on “chronic disorganization.” Now, I should say that people with diabetes are not chronically disorganized by default, so don’t think the book will only be helpful if you happen to fall into that category. The real issue, and what makes this book so valuable for anyone with diabetes, is that we can all greatly reduce the stress of diabetes self-management if we are greatly organized. In fact, one of the things I like most about the book is the admission right up front that managing diabetes effectively is a huge pain in the butt.

Not surprisingly, the book is well organized, even to the extent of having a built-in bookmark. And, the authors also offer ideas from many other diabetes experts who understand the challenges best- they all have diabetes. I’ll just encourage you to grab a copy for yourself, and see if the tips and guidance don’t make your diabetes management activities more efficient, and more successful.As I hope you’ve noticed, I’ve managed to keep DiabetesEveryDay.com free of advertising, the idea being that whenever I endorse or recommend a product you’ll know it’s coming straight from me without any financial influence. And, having the dual personality- person with diabetes and person who counsels people who have diabetes – I can’t help but look at anything diabetes-related from both angles. So, when I tell you that a new book, The Complete Diabetes Organizer, is something you should read and keep handy for frequent reference, you can believe it. I’m certainly keeping it handy.

The book is written by fellow Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator and my friend Susan Weiner, and co-authored by Leslie Josel, an authority on “chronic disorganization.” Now, I should say that people with diabetes are not chronically disorganized by default, so don’t think the book will only be helpful if you happen to fall into that category. The real issue, and what makes this book so valuable for anyone with diabetes, is that we can all greatly reduce the stress of diabetes self-management if we are greatly organized. In fact, one of the things I like most about the book is the admission right up front that managing diabetes effectively is a huge pain in the butt.

Not surprisingly, the book is well organized, even to the extent of having a built-in bookmark. And, the authors also offer ideas from many other diabetes experts who understand the challenges best- they all have diabetes. I’ll just encourage you to grab a copy for yourself, and see if the tips and guidance don’t make your diabetes management activities more efficient, and more successful.

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