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January 2, 2015

What's Coming For GlutenAway And Myself In 2015

For me, 2014 was all about new ideas and making things happen. It was a big year as I finished high school early, launched the GlutenAway Online Expo, and went through year 2 of running my blog. Most people wouldn't have as much success as I have had when launching a new business, so I can definitely say 2014 was good to me! I finally began to feel healthier and learned a lot more things about my health too! With 2015 just beginning and college coming up soon, there's a lot that I'm excited for in 2015 not only involving GlutenAway, but my personal life as well.


Highlights of 2014 for me:
In 2014 I was able to accomplish so much. I was able to launch 3 online gluten-free expos all with the help of my mom. I was able to get my health a little bit more manageable with POTS and my adrenal disorder, and I was able to visit my girlfriend once again too. Besides those things, not much really happened for me in 2014! I'm definitely excited to finally be done with high school which means college is next. I have so much to look forward to in 2015 and I really look forward to hopefully meeting some more people in the gluten-free community. I was at least able to meet GlutenDude, Celiac and the Beast, and King Gluten Free which was great! I can't wait to meet many more of you as well.


What's to come next for me:
Some of you may know that I'm turning 18 in 2015. With high school being done and me having to prepare for college, I have a lot to look forward too! This will be the first year where I am on my own and the first year I get to spend with my lovely girlfriend, Breann, as well. I will most likely be looking to go to a technical college in South Carolina but I'm not sure yet. There's a lot of things for me to figure out with GlutenAway and what I want my job to be in the future. But I feel very confident that this next chapter of my life will be a good one and I know I can accomplish whatever I put my mind too. With the support of my parents, girlfriend, and many more people, I know I'll be able to do whatever makes me happy. I can definitely say that I'm looking forward to this next chapter of my life to spend with Breann and all that's to come with adulthood in the future.


What's to come next for GlutenAway:
Since I'm going to be starting life on my own soon, I definitely wanted to find a way to grow GlutenAway in multiple ways. Personal consulting for those who are gluten-free will definitely be something I take on soon! I'm already working on putting together packages to have personal consulting sessions through Skype so I can help as many people around the U.S. as possible. This will include everything I've learned over the past 5 years as well as some of the best info for anyone who is gluten-free. I will also continue to work on the GlutenAway Online Expo which there will be 4 more of in 2015. The next online expo will be in March which is already fast approaching! Working on gluten-free consulting, marketing, and expo planning is definitely something I look to continue to do in the future. The personal gluten-free consulting will be what I focus on most in early 2015 but I hope you look forward to seeing more from me all throughout the year as well. :)

1 comments:

Casey Cromwell said...

Happy New Year, Taylor! It is a big transition from high school to college (been there, done that) especially with celiac in the picture, but if I can do it, you definitely can! :)

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