grateful

grateful…

This is the time of year that we reflect upon those things for which we are grateful. I know full well that I have much to be grateful for:

In no particular order, here are a few of the things I am so very grateful for.

(If you are afraid this may be corny, you may be right. And then again…)

College Lunch

The Best Four Years of Their Lives?

For Gluten Free Students, College Choice Largely Impacts Quality of Life If you have a son or daughter who has celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and is approaching college age, you may be fraught with worry. Will they be able to safely follow their gluten-free diet and navigate the dining options at their college of […]

Dating Gluten Free

Gluten Free Dating 101

Do you get excited, nervous, or maybe scared when you think of dating? What crosses your mind? Dating gluten-free is not just for the gluten-free single. We all want to enjoy ourselves when we’re out and about. There are a lot of factors involved in dating. Add on dating gluten-free and things could get a […]

School Supplies

A Gluten-Free Mom Learns to Homeschool

Do you remember when you met the person you realized you wanted to marry? The world seemed open and new, awash with visions of perfect Christmas mornings, riding bikes, Little League games, camping, and buying cute clothes for your kids. It would all be soooo great and you would never get wrinkles or put on […]

Meet Kim Maes

Kim Maes, creator of the Cook It Allergy Free App and the popular website of the same name, wants to give everyone that is dealing with food allergies and special diets the tools to gain the confidence to master a new way of eating, living, and thriving. She created her Allergy Free Coaching Program because […]

Girl with Mirror

Who Will Shape Your Child’s Reality?

“Let me tell you why you’re here. You’re here because you know something. What you know, you can’t explain. What you feel, you’ve felt it your entire life. There’s something wrong with the world…you don’t know what it is. But it’s there, like a splinter in your mind. Driving you mad. “You take the blue […]