2012 Diabetes Blog Week Starts Soon!

From BitterSweetDiabetes.com

2012 Diabetes Blog Week is beginning on Monday. Started three years ago by Karen Graffeo of Bitter~Sweet, each day covers a different aspect of living with diabetes. It’s a great way to share your stories and connect with other people with diabetes.

If you want to participate, but don’t have a blog of your own, send your posts to us and we’ll put them here, on the Joslin Blog!

Email editor@joslin.harvard.edu with your submissions with “2012 Diabetes Blog Week” and the topic of the day in the subject line. If you have a picture or illustration you’d like us to use, send that along too!

We’re looking forward to connecting with you!

Please try to keep posts to under 800 words. Keep in mind–we may not be able to post them all, and they may be lightly edited.

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6 Responses to 2012 Diabetes Blog Week Starts Soon!

  1. Thank you so much for helping me spread the word about Diabetes Blog Week. It’s a great way to connect on-line with others who live with diabetes. I am happy to have the Joslin blog participating and I look forward to reading posts from your readers!

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