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There are just a lot of career opportunities for me right now, and what I'd be studying is what I'm actually out in the world doing, pursuing my passion, so I don't know if it makes sense to get a degree.
Although I've also thought about majoring in English—that would be the other thing I'd like to do—so we'll see.
That said, as I've grown into a young man and my body has changed, I'm definitely noticing changes in my diabetes.
It's continually changing—it's not like I get in a good place and it stays there.
It was basically a summertime camp with a lot of high school kids, and, basically, it ended up that we had to quickly find a way out, but it was good to just go and see the school, what it's all about, although I didn't get to see it all.
It's really about being someone that people with diabetes can look to and say it will be fine living their everyday life and following their dreams with diabetes—that's the main thing.
Right now we're just doing different things, as individuals—but we're always together. However, actually doing it, I don't know if it's something I'll be able to do.
The smallest things, like sitting in a chair in the studio all day, will cause my blood sugar to spike—it will just go high—so I have to be active in some way.
So I go in the live room, play drums for a while, come back, and it's all good.
Like I said, I'm in my best health ever, and it helps now to be active like I am.
I've always been really athletic and active, but today, it's really just working towards making sure that every part of my goal to keep my diabetes in check is there—from things like how I eat to how much time I spend in the gym or in a chair in the studio.