Meet Gluten-Free Globetrotter at the GFFAFest in Connecticut!


I am thrilled to announce that I am presenting at the Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest in Connecticut on November 7th and 8th all about gluten-free travel. Join me as I share my tips for planning a gluten-free vacation. I will share planning resources, explore gluten-free friendly travel destinations, give you lots of gluten-free tips for New York City and beyond, and also answer all of your gluten-free travel questions!

I can’t wait to meet you all next week in Stamford, CT next week. Please find me on the lecture stage at 11:20am EST both Saturday and Sunday. I am also at the bloggers booth and I would love to meet you. Stop by and say hello. Don’t be shy!

One- and two-day tickets available! Use code “NYCCMG” for a special 15% discount!

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6th Annual Gluten-Free Awards Nominee

6th Annual Gluten-Free Awards Nominee

I am back from Paris and catching up on emails, tweets, Facebook, blogs, and basically life in New York City. I have lots to report on but firstI have a favor to ask you. Gluten-Free Globetrotter has been nominated as a top blog in the 6th Annual Gluten-Free Awards. The voting ends on October 31 which is only 6 days away. I have some very strong competition so I could use your vote on survey question #3: Best Gluten-Free Blog.


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Gluten-Free Travel Prep for Paris

I have been researching gluten-free in Paris for years now with the hopes of finally traveling there one day. Well, that time has come and I am Gluten-Free Globetrotting off to France later this week. I have a long list of patisseries, épicieries, and markets that I plan on visiting during my trip!

Much of my research has come from gluten-free bloggers, Twitter friends, and even Instagrammers. The information these people have given me have helped me plan where to eat, where to shop, and even where to stay. While France doesn’t seem like the easiest place to be gluten-free, I do feel more confident with this information at my fingertips.

If you are planning a trip to France, I highly recommend following these people! They all have personal experience living, eating, and traveling gluten-free in Paris.

I plan to share my gluten-free travel experiences and maps of Paris when I return. In the meantime, please share any additional gluten-free blogs about Paris with me in the comments section below!


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Gluten-Free Globetrotter Travel Tips for Mexico

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At the end of August, I went to Mexico City and Querertaro, Mexico with my boyfriend Victor. We toured all around his nation’s capital and then visited his mother and his original hometown. We went to castles, parks, mercados, the national cathedral and … Continue reading

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Gluten Free? No Problem in Portland

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Be sure to pick up the October 2015 issue of Gluten-Free Living magazine to see my latest article about traveling and eating gluten-free in Portland, Oregon. Find it on newsstands now!Gluten-Free Living Portland

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