My name’s Sabrina and I’m 33. We’re by beautiful Lake Tegernsee. Round the corner from where I live. When people round here aren’t at work, they go swimming in Lake Tegernsee. In the summer, they go online skating and in the winter, snowboarding and skiing. Living where other people go on holiday is great. I was diagnosed with diabetes in December ’94. I grew up with the standard injections, switched to an insulin pen later and got an insulin pump when I was 16. The pumps back then weren’t as advanced. It was one of the first of its kind. And then I discovered the YpsoPump. It’s small, easy to use, and waterproof. Since then, I’ve fallen in love with my YpsoPump. The app shows me what basal rate I’m on, I enter my blood sugar, want to eat so and so many carbohydrates, and the app calculates how many units need to be injected for 30 g carbohydrates, i.e. for 3 bread units. You can enter it on your phone and sync your phone with the mylife Cloud. And from my laptop, I can send it to my doctor. And he can say, OK, well, we need to adjust that a little bit. Because the pump is so easy to use, I’ve taught my mother and my boyfriend how to use it, so that they know what to do in an emergency. If I’m driving – because you’re not allowed to use the pump when driving – the person sitting next to me can do it. It took me a whole week to realise how much easier it had made my life. The pump has changed everything. So that’s why I say: my new life with mylife.