We wanted to know what kind of diabetes supplies organizer you are, so we asked our audience. From drawers to closet spaces, we found some of the most creative answers as to how people managing Type 1 diabetes organize the tools that help them do just that. Some of these space might surprise you; they might even give you the inspiration to clean out those drawers for spring!
The Shoe Organizer
Looking for an organizer that’s easy to see and access supplies from? Consider using the shoe organizer that hangs conveniently off the door.
Supplies near the mommy juice
Shelley Baltz from Memphis, Tennessee, keeps the Type 1 supplies next to her red wine supply, should she need to have to unwind after. Moms to T1D kiddos need self-care too!
The dresser drawer stash
Taryn Thiessen likes to use the good ‘ole dresser drawer to organize her diabetes supplies. “A drawer and and shelf unit for the more infrequently used items, there is another huge drawer in the kitchen for daily consumables and emergency kits and low supplies stashed everywhere!”
The diabetes clutch bag drawer
Teresa White from Chicago likes to be sure her supplies are toted in style, having obtained a collection of diabetes supply cases of many a color.
The Bookshelf Stocker
Paige Marie Willard has placed her supplies in the very visible and easy-to-acess bookshelf. You can keep this in any room!
The vanity table display
Beyond Type 1’s Global Ambassador Council member, Paloma Kemak, from Arizona, shared with us her favorite vanity table display, complete with glass vases and ceramic trays to hold supplies. Who says you can’t dress it up?!
The desk drawer feature
Grzegorz Stykowski shows that you can put more than office supplies in the utilitarian desk. There’s a lot to pack in though!
The tool rack closet
Aleah Armstrong from New Mexico had her husband build this spacious closet organizer where she can fit all of her supplies: tiny to bulk.
The ultimate pen drawer
Katie de la Cruz of Texas says this is her daughter’s idea of organized!
The kitchen box
Barb Grady Szysziewicz from Delran, New Jersey, breaks down her diabetes collection: “This is our kitchen box. It has the stuff my son needs on a daily basis (I need to add a new pump infusion set to the box). Testing supplies, tough pads and grif grips, pre-filled pump cartridges, glucagon and Calorie King book. Dexcom sensors and all supplies are kept in a linen closet and take up four big shelves.”