We are all guilty of setting new year’s resolutions and gradually neglecting them. You know… try hard to keep your goals (whatever they may be) for a few weeks, then slowly all ambition dwindles until you’re back at square one.
Have you ever wondered why? I have, and what I deduced is that I am simply setting my resolution goals too high.
Every January 1st, I find myself with the new onslaught of gym-goers trying to “Lose 10 pounds for a healthier new year.” Of course everything starts out great, BUT quickly I return to my mornings of sleeping in or evenings of popcorn and TV. Soon I’m back in my normal routine and dealing with the frustration and disappointment of failing at my resolution once again.
This year though, I am setting some realistic goals that might really help make a difference in my health; something that would help me manage my diabetes better. If this works out, next year I’ll set my goals higher.
I’m Getting Organized!
I realized, battling with diabetes, I have a ton of supplies that are often hard to manage. Between my glucose testing supplies such as glucose test strips, lancets, control solutions, lancing device, meter and my essential diabetes supplies such as syringes, pen needles, and much more I am always looking for something whether it’s the test strip vial for every day testings or the needle for regular insulin injections.
Organizing all of my diabetes supplies in one place has 3 major advantages.
- First and foremost I would not have to spin around looking for them all the time. It’s easy to misplace small but necessary diabetes supplies.
- Secondly, knowing all of my supplies are organized in 1 place I can keep track of my inventory, which makes re-ordering much easier. This ensures I’ll never run out of my essential supplies.
- Lastly, I can seal my sharp supplies in a safe container to prevent accidents.
To ensure success in achieving my new year’s resolution I found a counter top storage device specifically designed for organizing and storing more diabetes supplies. Rest assured all of my diabetes supplies are easily accessible in one place with the Advocate Store More Diabetic Supplies Organizer.
Let me know what your new year’s resolutions are and don’t forget to #SpreadTheWordOfMeow.
As a Chief Security Officer (CSO), he prides himself on keeping Diabetic Outlet pest and rodent free, as well as giving each customer a warm welcoming “meow” at the door. He can be feisty at times, as a CSO must be, but if you know him well you also know it’s only a facade.
When he is confident security is tight, he occasionally blogs to fans, but honestly what he loves the most is a good refreshing nap.