November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, with World Diabetes Day on November 14. This is a perfect time to focus on the seriousness of diabetes, its complications and consequences, and gain new understandings of how to prevent them in your own life. Since it has been six months since The 30-day Richard Osborn Challenge (in May) when you challenged yourself to increase your exercise regime, November is a good time to check up on how you are doing with walking, running, biking, swimming, or whatever you have chosen to do. Since November is mostly cold weather (in the Northern Hemisphere), it is a good time to explore indoor exercise options. It’s also a good time to focus on exercise options for mobility challenges. Finally, November is a good month to gain inspiration from the success stories of other diabetics.
Let’s start with success stories of those who are (or have been) members of Adventist Vegetarian Diabetics.
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Gift for you: November calendar (print out on heavy paper or light card stock). You can 3-hole punch for a ring binder or punch one hole at the top to hang on the wall. Or use magnets to put the calendar on the side of a metal file cabinet. A new calendar page will be included with the first blog post of every month. If you would like the complete 12-month PDF calendar, join the Facebook group, Adventist Vegetarian Diabetics.