Gluten-Free Globetrotter is Still Here!

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Hi, remember me?? I am still here. For those of you who are new here, WELCOME! For those of you who are old friends, thanks for sticking by me during a summer hiatus. As you may or may not know, I had a baby back in March and he has been keeping me VERY busy. I have definitely slacked on the blog front but I think I have a great excuse!

I have a newsletter that is going out tomorrow and I am trying to get back on track with sending it out monthly. I would love for you to sign up today!

You can also find me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Thanks for standing by and hope to connect with you soon!

About Erin Smith

Living with celiac disease since 1981 and eating gluten-free long before it was "trendy", Erin Smith has a unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community; Founded Gluten-Free Fun in 2007; Founded Gluten-Free Globetrotter® in 2011; Founded GlutenFreelancer® in 2014. Erin was the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group, a social community of more than 2,000 members for over a decade. She is the founder of the Santa Cruz Celiac support group. Erin currently resides in New York City and lives 100% gluten-free.
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2 Responses to Gluten-Free Globetrotter is Still Here!

  1. Lynn B says:

    Hi Erin
    Welcome Back. I was diagnosed 4 years ago with celiac disease. Finding your blog a couple of years ago gave me the courage to travel again. I still have not worked up to my pre-celiac diagnosis travel schedule where I would spend 3 to 6 weeks at a time crossing the US by car and combining work and fun times. I am now ready with more free time to spend extended time on fun trips either in the US or Europe. You inspire me because you did all this travel way before NIMA was invented. NIMA is a wonderful invention but it is not financially practical for very long trips. With three meals a day and 3 or 4 items per meal one could easily spend $50.00 a day just on testing food. I also have IBS and am never sure what I am dealing with. I am glad you are back and will continue to read your blog.

    • Erin Smith says:

      Hi Lynn, thanks for your kind message. I have driven cross-country twice in the past three years without a nima so it is totally possible! As you probably know, traveling with celiac takes some extra research to find places to eat but it is totally doable. I do hope you return to extended travel again soon. Thanks!

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