May 23, 2016
May 16, 2016
Celiac Disease Awareness Month comes around every year and us bloggers always scramble to try and figure out something big to do. Some bloggers do campaigns like Raising Jack With Celiac, Celiac and the Beast, or myself. Others wear shirts and post a bunch about celiac disease to spread the word. That's great for us bloggers to do, but what about you? Each featured blogger for May decided to share their #1 tip for raising celiac awareness. They are all things that you can do on your own not just in the month of May, but throughout the entire year too.
May 8, 2016
April 25, 2016
This Celiac Awareness Month, Erica Dermer from Celiac and the Beast and I decided that we wanted to do something special. This month, we will be doing a Periscope video every day of the month on a gluten-free topic of choice for the entire month. Our goal with this campaign is to share as much gluten-free information as possible and to help as many people as possible too! May is all about spreading awareness for celiac disease and helping others. So make sure to tune in to us when we go live May 1st - May 31st since we'll be doing a video each day all month long!
April 18, 2016
When it comes to being healthy, there's a huge misconception that being gluten-free already means just that. Sure gluten-free is better for those of us who have celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. But is a gluten-free cookie really better for us than a regular one? I'm a firm believer in the saying "all in moderation". Trust me, I live by that rule because I sure do love me some gluten-free treats every now and then. But when it comes to actually living a healthy lifestyle, that is completely dependent on you and what makes you feel best. Us 8 bloggers share our top tips on how to do just that and live both healthy and gluten-free.
April 11, 2016
Most kids aren’t pen pals with their doctors. Most kids don’t wish for a diagnosis when blowing out the candles on their birthday cake, and most kids probably aren’t “mutuals” on Instagram with their local hospital registration workers. But growing up with undiagnosed Celiac Disease, I quickly found that I was not “most kids.”
March 28, 2016
Pizza....probably the one food many of us can never get over after going gluten-free. I personally don't eat it much but when I do, I eat the entire pan with zero shame. I know you probably love pizza too but when's the last time you tried one that actually tasted as good as the old stuff? I've been gluten-free for 6 years now and I'll let you know that I've probably tried every gluten-free pizza out there. From restaurants, bought in stores, using baking mixes, etc. I've tried them all. That being said, I have a pretty good idea of what brands are best and I'm glad to share with you how to make and buy your very own with this list.
March 25, 2016
I'm not gunna lie, I'm super excited to be speaking at my first gluten-free expo of the year. Every year, I go to the Gluten Free For Life Expo in Saint Petersburg, FL since it's just down the street from me and so close to home. It's one that I love going to every year, but this time around I get the privilege of speaking at it as well! I'll be speaking at 12 PM EST on Overcoming Struggles While Living Gluten Free. I haven't publicly spoke on this topic before and I know that it's one that needs to be talked about more often. But I'm hopeful that this can be an opportunity for me to impact more people since there's going to be so many people there to speak to. If you'll be able to attend then make sure to stop by and see me speak at 12PM! If not, I'll try to get it recorded to post afterwards for you to view from home. Learn more about the expo, here.