Are you frustrated trying to figure out where to put your tubed insulin pump when you're wearing a skirt or dress? I certainly have had moments where I wish I didn't have to dig into my bra to get the pump out, or have it making a huge pump on my waist if I wear a holster.
Erin Calhoun-Dulaney, inventor of the SkirtMyPump slip, joins us to talk about how she came up with this unique solution to pump placement.
Meet Erin Calhoun-Dulaney
Erin Calhoun-Dulaney has lived with T1D for 39 years. After years of frustration trying to figure out where to put her tubed insulin pump while wearing skirts and dresses, she invented the SkirtMyPump slip. It has a pocket specifically designed to be able to easily access your insulin pump.
With this slip, T1D women now have the freedom to wear any skirt or dress with an insulin pump.
Wins & Fails
Jessie's Win: Jessie got a job as a barista on campus at college! And they're working around her school schedule and rugby practices.
Colleen's Fail: My fail is that I dropped to 52 mg/dL on my first hike in February.
Tip of the Week
Keep going after your goals! Like Erin did with the SkirtMyPump, don't give up when you hit the bumpy parts.
Question for You!
Have you ever worn a skirt or dress and found yourself frustrated figuring out where to put it? Try the SkirtMyPump slip!
Links & Resources
Our music is by Joseph McDade. Check out his website here!