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September 15, 2010

maybe they read the blog
true to form, i got the following pages last night:

7:55 pm: “my daughter is on an insulin pump and she is vomiting with ketones.” . . . and to the ER you go!

9:43 pm: “my son is on an insulin pump and his sugar is >500. he has trace ketones.” . . . take a shot, change the site, recheck, and call me back.

10:42 pm: “yeah, it’s me again . . . my son’s sugar is still over 500 but he drank a bunch of juice before checking. and his ketones are gone.” . . . take another shot, and call me back — if his numbers aren’t going down.

and that was a wrap — not so bad. i guess that trip to the ER went okay! ahhh, the insulin pumps. they are really really great — except when they’re not. i definitely get more calls from patients with pump malfunctions than i do from patients who are on shots, although there are a lot of factors that go into this dichotomy.

for those not familiar, an insulin pump is a device that attaches directly to the body via a little catheter that goes under the skin. here is a lovely shot of what that might look like, although disregard the part labeled “C/D” — that’s a glucose sensor which we aren’t routinely using in kids these days:

diabetes glamour shot
the model above is an older one. current pumps are a bit cuter:

from the animas site: “Get the confidence of better glucose control along with a hefty dose of style.”
no reason why your pump can’t add a little pizazz to your outfit, right?

the above model is quite popular as it allows patients to wirelessly transmit blood sugars from a monitor to the pump so that the pump can automatically decide how much insulin is needed. for safety reasons, it does NOT yet deliver the needed insulin automatically — the patient has to press a button and tell it that it’s okay to do so.

while they definitely seem to go wrong more often than shots do (it’s hard to mess those up — unless you don’t take them!), they allow for greater flexibility and a more physiologic mimic of what the pancreas does naturally. if i were diabetic, i would want a pump.

sometimes i actually wish i could try one out for a week — pretend to be diabetic — so that i could see what patients have to deal with exactly! i feel like i could give better advice that way. a number of people in the endocrine field are diabetics themselves; they get to share their own experiences and i know the patients appreciate it. i am really grateful that my pancreas works beautifully, but i could see how this would be valuable.

maybe she reads the blog
one of our patient resource managers (who i’ve known for a number of years and have worked with a number of times since i’ve been an intern!) said to me yesterday, “you should do a talk or teaching session with the residents on efficiency and organization.”

i didn’t tell her she could just show them this!!

but it did get me thinking. i do have this interest, and perhaps there is somehow i could apply my passion for mindfulness/time management to my real job. hmmm . . . something to think aobut!

maybe you read the blog
well, at least you’re reading it today! i know the numbers, but i am curious who is signing on these days. i love (love, LOVE!) and appreciate anyone who comments, but i often wonder about those who do not.

want to make my day? come delurk and say hi! i’d love to know:

★ where you’re from
★ how old you are (if you’re comfortable sharing!)
★ what you do for a living

(i have a feeling i have more medically-focused readers than anything else!)

i’d also love, as a bonus, if you can think of anything:

★ what would you like to see more (or less) of on this site?

and now, i am going to hit the mat. happy wednesday!



workout: 35 minutes elliptical + 20 minutes full-body weights (squats, push-ups, lunges, tricep push-downs, seated rows, abs)

cooking adventures: the chef (ie me) had a planned night off. there was an unphotogenic microwaved amy’s burrito and some TCBY consumed (yum).

board prep: i completed the loo-o-ong GI chapter and 10 PREP questions. fun fact: yersinia is a type of gastroenteritis that can mimic appendicitis. i knew that part, but was surprised that no treatment is actually needed.


  • Reply Emily March 10, 2019 at 7:26 pm

    I&#39m 28 and from NY, but also from Williams. And a surgery resident. I really like the mix you already have–work/life/cooking/fashion/organization are all things I enjoy. I guess I&#39d like to hear more about running, since I recently started doing that.

  • Reply Anna N March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m 34 and from Uppsala, Sweden. I work as a legal advisor for a governmental agency here in Sweden. I like the mix you have on your blog.

  • Reply Chelsea March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Yersinia also sounds like an old lady name.

    You already know me. I&#39m 28, live in Madison WI, and work as a statistician for two large population based studies on eye disease (one on eye disease and aging, and one on eye disease and diabetes).

  • Reply Miranda March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! I love your blog and the mix of all the topics on it, but I must admit, the medical stuff is my favorite.

    I&#39m 21 and from right outside of Philadelphia, where I&#39m a firefighter/EMT.

  • Reply Sarah March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Sarah (great name btw!), 27, WInnipeg Manitoba, marketing at a financial services company. I, too, like the mix of topics.

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    well you probably "know" me already but i want to play 😉

    i&#39m karyn, i&#39m 24 years old and currently i&#39m the it research coordinator at a clinic that gives the uninsured health care 🙂

    and i agree with you about wanting to see things from the patient&#39s eyes and having that give you more perspective. that&#39s definitely something i&#39m learning about and dealing with at the clinic!

  • Reply Ashley March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m a lurker. I&#39m Ashley, 23 years old. I currently work as an EH&S Consultant. I&#39m from Boston. I love the variety of topics on your blog.

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m Whitney, 23 years old, living in Houston from originally from Canada…and planning to move to Chapel Hill next year. I&#39m completing my Masters in Social Work and doing an internship in Medical Social Work at a local children&#39s hospital. I love reading your blog because of the medical focus and because I&#39m a huge organizing freak myself!

  • Reply Kim March 10, 2019 at 7:26 pm

    Ok, I&#39m a lurker, too. 🙂

    I live in St Louis, am 37 and I currently have 2 jobs: one as a university professor in the Humanities and another working in the marketing division for a major textbook publisher. Your time-management ideas, as well as dedication to healthy living are what keep me coming back essentially everyday to see what you&#39ve posted.

    I love your blog and it&#39s one of my favorite moments of my very hectic day when I sit down and read your thoughts!

  • Reply Denise March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    You know me 🙂 Global Marketing Manager at a medical device company in ATL. BTW, I have a very random comment – I have been meaning to tell you, Sarah, that you NEED to watch Top Chef if you haven&#39t already seen it. If you like ANTM and Project Runway, you will love Top Chef. It is our favorite show and I was thinking of you the other day and thinking that you would like it. Great job with the blog! I enjoy reading it every day!!

  • Reply Courtney March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi Sarah! I am a new reader from Toronto, Canada. I am 21 and in my final year of an Honours Bachelor of Science. I am interested in pursuing medicine after I finish, so I love hearing bits and pieces about your job on the blog!

    I think you have a great mix of food, work and exercise so I wouldn&#39t change a thing!

  • Reply Meredith March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! I&#39ve commented before (and won an awesome planner that I still use!). I&#39m Meredith, I&#39m 29 and I&#39m an internal medicine resident in New Orleans. Love your current mix of topics, don&#39t change 🙂

  • Reply Jordan W. March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi, I read your blog every morning 🙂
    My name is Jordan but a lot of people call me Jo or JoJo. I&#39m 27 and live in Winston-Salem. I found your blog through HLB (I like to read NC blogs). I work in IT but I&#39m fascinated with the medical field, or really just medical dramas on tv (hello Grey&#39s Anatomy, Private Practice, ER, Hawthorne, etc). I really love your organization tips and tricks. I&#39ve taken up running in the past few years so I always like reading about that as well!

  • Reply Lucy March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    You know me, but I&#39ll chime in anyway. I&#39m your 42-year old nurse friend who works in pediatrics at Duke Hospital. I, too, love your mix of topics, but food is my favorite! Love your recipe links, pics, and restaurant reviews.

  • Reply Khar March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m a 28 year-old attorney in DC. I found your blog when The Happiness Project linked to it and kept reading because I really like how you balance work and life (something us attorneys struggle with as well).

  • Reply mbh1122 March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m delurking, have been reading your blog for ~3 years now. 24 yo, I currently work as a research assistant, am applying to medical school. Your blog gives me hope that the next 7-10 years of my life won&#39t be completely grim and with a little foresight, organization, and prioritizing, I can have a life!

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Not sure if I&#39ve ever commented before, but I&#39ve had you in my reader for a little while. 🙂 I&#39m Shelby, age 30, just moved from NYC to Raleigh. I&#39m a wanna-be writer. 🙂

    My hubs and I were just talking about how we want to explore the greater area here (Chapel Hill, Durham) so if you have any local favorites, I&#39d love to hear them!

  • Reply Lauren March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Delurking as requested. 🙂

    I&#39m Lauren, a 31-year-old editor/communications specialist from Florida.

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi Sarah,

    I&#39m a 48 year old academic clinical psychologist who works in health, trauma and PTSD. I run marathons, raise a family, live a crazy academic research life and love anthro (and JCREW). I love your blog just the way it is.

  • Reply Christi March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi Sarah,
    I am an infrequent commenter, delurking today. I&#39m a 39-year old nonprofit consultant in chapel hill (and I&#39m a runner, with kids). I started reading your blog on a friend&#39s recommendation, when I decided to fill me reader with healthy, useful living blogs instead of a sort of mish mash of distractions that were detracting from my focus. So instead, I love your healthy living, mindfulness, interesting job combination of topics. Plus I love the style/anthro posts for fun. It&#39s all a great combination! So thank you.

  • Reply Elizabeth Edith March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    ★ where you&#39re from: The triangle. Seriously. I&#39ve lived in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill.
    ★ how old you are (if you&#39re comfortable sharing!): 24
    ★ what you do for a living: grad school in economics
    ★ what would you like to see more (or less) of on this site? I think you have a good mix, but I particularly enjoy the mindfulness and happiness aspects

  • Reply Lu March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I live in Texas. I was born in Costa Rica. I&#39m not sure where I&#39m "from" anymore. The hubby is military after all. I&#39ve even been in NC. I&#39m 34. I&#39m and executive assistant/office manager at a pharmaceutical company. I love the way the blog is now. I read it every day, but I rarely comment. You have a great mix of stuff on here.

  • Reply Valerie @ City|Life|Eats March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi Sarah, I just discovered your blog this week, but I am 31 (almost 32, sniff), a lawyer in private practice in Washington, DC, and I love the mix on your blog. Mine is similar, though lately it has been all about food, mainly because aside from working long hours, preparing food is just about the only other thing I have done along with yoga (no gym lately as I have had a bad run of small injuries) and sleep and spending time with husband and friends.

  • Reply Claire March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    So, I&#39m from MS and I&#39m 27. Right now I&#39m in my second year of pediatric residency at our children&#39s hospital (as you know!) and working in the PICU this month. Just had my first DKA a couple of nights ago. Reportedly well controlled but with A1C of 13…um, yeah! 🙂 I really like the way you have a combination of topics that are fairly well balanced. Guess I&#39d like to see a recipe or two if you think something is really good.

  • Reply Danielle March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    My name is Danielle and I am a 25 year old 4th year medical student going into emergency medicine. My other friends in medical school going into pediatrics read your blog and told me about it. I have a blog too…mostly I write about food with a little medicine mixed in.

  • Reply Elizabeth March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi, Sarah! I&#39m 28, work in publishing, and I&#39m a new reader. I found your blog after I watched your HLS presentation online.

    I&#39m loving your positive attitude and your commitment to getting the most out of every day. My job isn&#39t at all as time-consuming as yours, but I find the hours before and after work really slip away if I&#39m not mindful of them. And with a bunch of friends in their medical residencies, I know how precious your time is — you totally inspire me!

    Just started my own HP as well!

  • Reply Courtney March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    My name is Courtney. I&#39m a 25 year old 4th year medical student going into pediatrics. (I&#39m one of Danielle&#39s friends; she commented earlier). I love the mix of medical info, cooking, restaurants and exercising. I like seeing it is possible to be a resident and still take care of yourself, which will be one of my goals next year.

  • Reply T.D. March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! I&#39m a new reader to your blog. I&#39m a senior undergraduate student that is hoping to get into medical school one day. I love reading your blog because it gives me hope that it is possible to be a doctor and live a healthy life! Thanks!

  • Reply Angelalovesfood March 10, 2019 at 7:26 pm

    Hello:) My name is Angela and I am 20 years old. I am a student and work part-time as a lifeguard. Hopefully I get another part-time job at Costco (holla!) I might get a call this thursday 🙂 I like reading your blog, i like reading about your job and you you balance healthy eating, and your random tidbits and ramblings about anthropologie! and other cool items

  • Reply suki @ [Super Duper Fantastic] March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Wow, great job getting everyone to come out of hiding! 🙂 I like commenting, so you&#39ll see me once in awhile. I love comments too, so I know how that is.

  • Reply Sarah Hart-Unger March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    i am OVERWHELMED by all of this delurking! thank you all for sharing your vital stats, i think it&#39s so interesting to find out who i&#39m actually writing to each morning.

  • Reply MS March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi Sarah! Delurking now after a few weeks of reading your blog. I found you through the HLS presentation you did on time management (I didn&#39t go to HLS, I just follow a bunch of bloggers who did!), and I was drawn to you becuase your passion for productivity and paper! (And also, my husband is insulin-dependent diabetic.)

    I&#39m 33 and live in Austin, TX, working for a university here and also attending graduate school part time. Hence my interest in your productivity tips!

    Great job getting us to delurk!

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    delurking… From South Jersey, work at the Hosp. of the Univ. of Penn in the neuro trauma SICU, as an RN… currently an NP student… marathoner/triathlete… LOVE UR BLOG!

  • Reply caryn March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    As one of your most loyal readers, I just want to add to your count– Mom!

  • Reply katie March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Sarah, I think I&#39ve commented before, but just in case I haven&#39t (I&#39m new to the blog community) – Katie, from northwest Arkansas, former teacher and currently finishing my degree to be an accountant! Love the blog – I am a fellow lover of all things organized.

  • Reply Megan March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm


    I started following your blog for the local food reviews – I credit you for our newfound love of LocalYogurt! But I love to see your time management skillz in action, particularly your workout routines. I figure that if you can carve out time to enjoy a well-rounded workout with your crazy schedule, I can, too.

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m 24, a Registered Dietitian working in a mental health facility. I love reading your blog, seeing how you manage to fit so much into your busy life 🙂

  • Reply Kait March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! Another lurker here! I am 22 and a first year medical student in Boston. I love the mix of topics on your blog. I also love hearing about how you organize your life and make time for everything (or at least as much as is possible).

  • Reply Jenny March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm


    I&#39m Jenny, I&#39m 24 and originally from England, but currently living in Japan teaching English.

    My mum is a doctor, which makes me quite interested in the medical side of stuff!

  • Reply Kaley March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! This is my first time commenting. I&#39m 24, from southern Indiana, and finishing my last year of grad school(occupational therapy). And I love your blog just how it is.

  • Reply Ashley March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! I&#39m Ashley, 26 and an attorney in San Diego. I practice criminal defense law (but secretly can&#39t wait to become a prosecutor). Love your blog!!

  • Reply Kate March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! My name is Kate and I am a 31 year old attorney from Atlanta, GA. I recently started reading your blog. It is a great mix of musings on fashion, work and food. Also I am training for my first half marathon on October 1, and I look to your workouts for inspiration. If a busy doctor can make time for a six mile run, surely I can too!

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hey Sarah,
    I&#39m Courtney, 22 and in my first year of medical school in Atlanta, GA. I stumbled across your blog a couple of months ago along with a bunch of other medical blogs. Yours is the one I&#39ve kept up with the most because of the variety of topics. Your blog has been encouraging over the past few stressful weeks of first exams, getting adjusted, etc and reminds me what I&#39m working so hard for.
    So thanks 🙂

  • Reply Natasha March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hello! I am originally from overseas, but live in Arizona; I am 25; I work at a university in an office setting.

  • Reply melanie March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hello! I&#39m 28 and live in the Washington D.C. area. I&#39m an aerospace engineer, but I don&#39t really like it, so I&#39m taking night classes and job hunting in an effort to get into the environmental field. I originally found your blog through a link from the Happiness Project.

    I like your blog the way it is! I especially love that you post early in the morning so that I can read over my cereal. 🙂

  • Reply stevo March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    you already knew that i read your blog, but for everyone else out there: 31 yo emergency medicine resident in chapel hill. i love when you post recipies (i made the butternut squash risotto last night). i&#39d also love to see your running routes!

  • Reply Erin March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi Sarah! I didn&#39t have a chance to comment yesterday, so hopefully it&#39s okay that I&#39m a day late. My name is Erin (I&#39m the one who asked about your super cute speakers). I&#39m 26 and live in Lawrence, Kansas where I&#39m working on my PhD in Archaeology.

    I think I found your blog through Allie&#39s and love it because it&#39s cute and fun and practical! I&#39m a runner too, and am totally jealous that you have the desire to go do 10 mi runs without a race looming ahead.

  • Reply Minttu March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m 20 and I live in Western Finland at the moment. I started nursing school 3 weeks ago but I&#39m going to have another attempt at getting into medical school next year. I love your blog; it&#39s pretty much perfect.

  • Reply Dawn March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi – I&#39m Dawn from Connecticut. I&#39ve been reading your blog maybe a year after discovering it through some other HLS bloggers. I love that your blog covers a variety of your interests because I like seeing that it is possible to not lose oneself in a overwhelming job. I&#39m a grad student and definitely know the tendency of certain kinds of work to "expand to fill all available time." Lately I&#39ve really enjoyed your reports on the Happiness Project – flipped through it last time I was at the book store. Come to think of it, I also flipped through Clean Eating last time I was at the store. You should be getting commission!! (Assuming, of course, that I ever back up my &#39flipping&#39 with some &#39paying&#39 😉

  • Reply Colleen March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! I&#39m a 29 year old from Georgia. I&#39m an analyst (BLEH – super boring) and full time student…I love the medical field but lack the attention span to go to school for it, so I&#39m in business school at night. I love reading all your adventures, but mostly the medical stuff. You also inspire me to keep on keepin&#39 on when I think my schedule is too complicated.

  • Reply loreejo March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi Sarah, I&#39m tardy to your "Who reads?" party b/c I can&#39t post comments from work and that&#39s where I read your blog most. (yikes!) I&#39m Loree, I work for theeee AAirlines, here at a maintenance base in Tulsa. 😉 I&#39m 47 and have 2 kids in college. I can&#39t remember how i found your blog but I&#39ve been reading for about a year now. I like it all! You seem genuine; the way you organize and track things is appealing and the way my mind thinks as well. I felt sad for you when I first started reading your blog when the URL was "lost and all alone" but quickly figured out you were doing just fine! ha ha

  • Reply Emmalinda March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I can&#39t remember if I&#39ve commented before or not, but I love your blog! My name Emily, and I am an elementary school librarian who lives in Denver, CO.

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m 26, from Boston Mass, full time student and veterinary technician. Hope to attend vet school one day soon. I love your posts about organization, and it&#39s neat to read about human med and draw some parallels and see differences to what I see every day (endocrinopathies in the animals we see are cool…yep, I&#39m a nerd!)

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m 25, from Michigan, and I am a cardiac monitor tech at night, and a nursing student by day. 🙂 to say I&#39m a little busy is an understatement – maybe I need to review some of your organization tips! love your blog. 🙂

  • Reply katie March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    a little late on the "saying hi" bit, but figured better late than never. i&#39ll be 28 next tuesday, and live in nyc, although originally from upstate ny [like real upstate, north of albany upstate, not catskills upstate]. i work for an architecture firm, currently designing a public school on staten island.

    definitely enjoy the running and fashion aspects of your blog [as well as the "realness" that you bring to the healthy living blog world], and i&#39d love to be as organized as you are:)

  • Reply nicole March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Hi! I&#39m Nicole, and I am a 24yo 3rd year medical student in Boston. Love the blog! I used to want to do peds, but then found my calling recently in ob/gyn (I&#39m a sucker for surgery). Two favorite things: 1) your med school/residency/fellowship discussions. since i&#39m in it, i love hearing about the experiences of others. 2) time management/organization tips. love em. also a big fan of the space24! ahh love

  • Reply Steph March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m a 30 year old OR nurse in Langley, BC Canada. I love reading about your experiences with med school and residency since I had wanted to be a doctor at one time but am now more than happy with my job choice.

  • Reply Rebecca March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I came across your blog as I was looking for exercise/pilates/yoga blogs. I am in my early 20&#39s and just started reading this morning but I&#39ve gone back and done a bit of catchup! I enjoy reading about the exercise portion and I think its neat how are you are talking about trying to get to know your readers. I am starting to notice my readers as well, but I am not getting the comments on my blog like you are, although I am getting a lot of traffic. I think I may have to try something like what you are doing and just be a bit friendly like you have tried!

    Feel free to check out my blog if you get the chance!

  • Reply Kat March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    This is actually my first time reading, but I figured I could delurk as well… My friend Katie (we are both Williams alums) sent me a link to your blog, I think because she made a recipe from it or something, and we share food ideas/experiences as part of our (now) long distance friendship. I&#39m 24 and American, but living and working at a school in Bulgaria. Katie&#39s 23 and in Boston

  • Reply stompthrupuddles March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I&#39m way late on this! I&#39m Anna, 24 years old, living in NJ, fourth year medical school going into Psychiatry (with interviews at UNC and Duke in november!)
    I dig your blog for a million reasons
    + When I work normalish hours, it&#39s there when I wake up.
    + I moved my super good friend down to NC last year and I like to have this little connection to that area.
    + I think I can sort of relate to a lot of the medical/busy stuff.
    + DIG the organization ideas.
    + I am not as good about healthy eating and running all the time, which I&#39m okay with, but its nice to see someone who (mostly) does it well yet also struggles to do it well.

  • Reply Stephanie S. March 10, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    Wow, what a variety of readers! I am 26 and live in Ohio. I have an M.P.A. and work in state government.

    I love the mix of topics on your blog. I especially enjoy the tidbits from your daily life (meals, fitting in exericse, etc.), the organization/ scheduing tips, and the posts on mindfullness.

    [I don&#39t comment that often because I read on my phone a lot or sometimes on my work computer and we can&#39t do that sort of thing 🙂 But, I read!]

  • Reply Anonymous March 10, 2019 at 7:24 pm

    Hi! I&#39m Caitlin, I&#39m 21, and I live in Boston. I am finishing up with undergrad right now and going to law school next year. I love your tips on being productive and organized AND running while having a very busy life…they inspire me. I found your blog because I watched your speech online from HLS and thought your tips were fantastic 🙂

  • Reply Susan Mc March 10, 2019 at 7:24 pm

    I would love to!!

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