It has been a busy start to the new year. We’ve had two major snow storms in New York City, we continue to be on Omicron watch, and Gluten-Free Globetrotter is kicking into high gear.
I started the new year with helping four families plan their upcoming gluten-free vacations. I LOVE gluten-free trip planning and I am excited that people are starting to travel again. Interested in working together to plan your next gluten-free vacation? Drop me an email!
I am getting back into the swing of things with the NYC Celiac Meetup group, a support group I have been involved with for more than 15 years! While the majority of our events continue to be virtual, I am in the middle of planning some in-person events following all local COVID protocol safety measures. New gluten-free businesses in New York City mean more places for us to eat gluten-free food together. If you are in New York City, I encourage you to join this group.
I have also been busy with interviews a few different websites. I love sharing my story with others, especially when they are related to traveling gluten-free. My first two interviews of the year have been published and I am excited to share them with you today.
In this GoSolo Subkit interview, I share how my celiac diagnosis led me to starting my Gluten-Free Globetrotter website more than ten years ago. Through my blogging, I eventually started helping others plan their gluten-free vacations as well as consulting for gluten-free businesses.
My second interview was with Gluten-Free Journeys, a gluten-free travel website based in the Netherlands. This website was created by Kim, a woman who has been living with celiac disease since she was a child. Her website includes a blog as well as a database of hotels and B&Bs that can accommodate a gluten-free meal. On Gluten-Free Journeys, I share my top tips about traveling with celiac disease in the United States. This website is in Dutch but there is a translation tool on the top right if you would like to read this in English.
Do you have a blog, podcast, or publication looking for content? I would be honored to share my celiac story with your audience. Reach out at any time.