I’ve taken the Real Life Diabetes podcast on the road and just spent a fabulous, BUT way too short amount of time in Scottsdale, Arizona. What better way to kickoff this epic adventure than attending a Beyond Type 1 meet up? I am thrilled to publish Podcast 60 with one of the Beyond Type 1 hostesses, Lauren Bongiorno, virtual Diabetic Health Coach, Entrepreneur, and Author of the Diabetic Health Journal.
Bio: Lauren Bongiorno is a virtual Diabetic Health Coach, Entrepreneur, and Author of the Diabetic Health Journal. Lauren coaches and creates resources for people with Type 1 Diabetes all over the world to achieve optimal diabetes management and feel strong and empowered. Lauren’s practice is rooted in her 360 degree approach, emphasizing wellness throughout the mind, body, and soul. She believes that through self reflection and mindfulness we are better able to understand our own patterns, achieve our goals, and reform our most limiting habits. Lauren continues to be a leading voice in the online community to her 28 thousand Instagram followers, is an ambassador for Lululemon, and was recently nominated by Pure Wow as one of the Top 100 entrepreneurs to watch for 2019 for her work in the diabetic space. You can learn more about Lauren via the following links:
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The Real Life Diabetes Podcast is honored to participate again this year in #DPODCASTWEEK.
The idea for Diabetes Podcast Week is to bring podcasters in the diabetes community together to help listeners find great shows and learn about a terrific charity, Spare a Rose, Save a Child. The mission is simple: buy one less rose this Valentine’s Day and donate the value of that flower to children with diabetes. Donations go to Life for a Child, an International Diabetes Federation program which provides life-saving diabetes supplies, medication, and education that children in developing countries need to stay alive.