Happy June, all! Today’s podcast episode features Florida attorney, author, cook, and (relatively newly diagnosed) type 2 diabetic, Jayne Jones, “… Episode 6 – Discussing Diets with Jayne Jones, “America’s No Sugar Baker”Read More Episode 6 – Discussing Diets with Jayne Jones, “America’s No Sugar Baker”
Happy 2021, everyone! We did it! We made it through 2020! To kick off the new year, I invited a very special guest onto the podcast: my mom, Mary … Episode 5 – A Caregiver’s Perspective, with Mary Alice Johnston, R.N.Read More Episode 5 – A Caregiver’s Perspective, with Mary Alice Johnston, R.N.
Happy Holidays, everyone! I think we can all agree it’s a good thing this year is finally winding down. But before we say goodbye to 2020, I wanted … Episode 4 – Discussing Diabulimia with Melany GrayRead More Episode 4 – Discussing Diabulimia with Melany Gray
Morning, all! For anyone unaware, November is National Diabetes Awareness Month and World Diabetes Day was on the fourteenth. Obviously, my relationship with this incurable disease has evolved over the years. Having to take over the daily functioning of a vital organ every day for the rest of your life once you’re diagnosed is a […]Read More Happy National Diabetes Awareness Month!
After a bit of a health-induced summer hiatus, I’m back and ready to talk more type 1 diabetes! And what a perfect way to do so by interviewing … Episode 3 – Talking Type 1 with Daniel NewmanRead More Episode 3 – Talking Type 1 with Daniel Newman
Amidst all this unrest, uncertainty, and periods of boredom while practicing social distancing and self-quarantining, why not add another podcast to your playlist? That’s right, my friends—after a brief hiatus from recording myself speak, I’m very happy to announce that I’ve launched a brand-new podcast, which I’ve decided to call “The Phunky Diabetic Podcast” after […]Read More I’ve launched a brand-new podcast, people! Check it out!!
“How I Managed To Shorten My Lifespan By Pursuing My Goals”Read More Check Out My First Published Article On Medium!
By: Katherine Itacy, Esq. Dated: July 8, 2018 As I read journalist Ben Mattlin’s fantastic new book, In Sickness and in Health: Love, Disability, and a Quest to Understand the Perils and Pleasures of Interabled Romance, this past week, it made me think about my own interabled marriage. Mattlin describes an “interabled couple” as one […]Read More Interabled Couples and Families
Welcome to my new blog site, katherineitacy.wordpress.com – I look forward to hearing from you!Read More Welcome, readers!