I just thought of this question today and I hope it doesn't sound too dumb... but I haven't travelled to a different time zone using insulin before. In particular I'm not sure how it works for the basal injection? My endo's advice to me was to not go more than half an hour either way from usual time if I forget. I'm figuring because I have to go to other side of the country for work and it's just a 2 hour time difference that I just go along with the time in that zone and inject my usual time I would here. Obviously I'm going outside the half hour timeframe as recommended by my endo. I'm figuring I'm probably going to stuff myself around though as technically I'm injecting 2 hours earlier and vice versa when I get back. Just grin and bear it? arrrghhh Does anyone else have any ideas/suggestions about this? Maybe it's no big deal... and I'd hate to think what it would be like with a huge time difference for your body to adjust.