December Newsletter | New Diabetes App, Winter Recipes, and a Sprinkling of Gratitude

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Boy, am I looking forward to 2021.

The New Year brings hope – vaccines to curb the pandemic are around the corner and we keep improving our care for people with COVID infections.

But right now, my heart is heavy. I don’t feel like putting up holiday decorations and my cookie making motivation is at an all-time low.

The hospitals are bursting with people and I am worried about our medical colleagues and their mental and physical health.

I am concerned about the people we serve who live with diabetes, knowing that they are hit especially hard by Corona Virus infections.

Now, more than ever, I am leaning into my strong belief that our compassion, intelligence and humanity, will lift us out of this dark time into the light.

I feel grateful that my business has survived this harsh year. Me, Bryanna and our entire team, worked tirelessly to move all of our programs to a virtual format so that we could deliver critical content to our community.

We created new content on COVID and Diabetes, to help navigate these new uncharted waters. Knowing that many have been impacted financially by the pandemic, we are providing this course and many of our Level 2, Standards of Care Courses for free to ensure important information is accessible.

We believe that armed with information and tools, our community keeps making a significant difference in improving not only outcomes but the quality of life for those living with diabetes.

We are thankful for each one of you and the light you shine on our diabetes community.

In health and gratitude,

Coach Beverly, Bryanna and Jackson

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