As Celiac Awareness Month 2023 comes to a close, I wanted to share a travel story by my friend Sian, aka Gluten Free Mrs. D., who actually sent this post to me a while back. Sian and I “met” through our blogs many years ago. She is one of the original celiac travel bloggers and someone that I have always admired and lived vicariously through her online travels. She has celiac disease and a nut allergy, lives in London with her family, and travels extensively throughout Europe and beyond.Continue reading “Gluten-Free Travel to Georgia”
Gluten-Free Guide to Singapore
Five years ago today, I was on a work trip in Singapore. Honestly, before I was told that was where my next assignment would be, Singapore wasn’t even on my radar. Since I was going to far from home, I decided to extend my trip beyond my work assignment and I am so happy I did. I absolutely loved exploring this tiny country and wish I had stayed longer.Continue reading “Gluten-Free Guide to Singapore”
(Re)Introduction of Gluten-Free Globetrotter
Hi, I’m Erin Smith, founder of Gluten-Free Globetrotter.
I thought it was about time I (re)introduce myself to all of you. First of all, thank you for being here. Seriously. I know it has been a really long time since my last post. Life is busy. What can I say!? Working, parenting, living in NYC, it’s all a lot and this blog often is forgotten. If you are reading this, I am very happy you are here!Continue reading “(Re)Introduction of Gluten-Free Globetrotter”
Gluten-Free Globetrotter in the Media
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.Continue reading “Gluten-Free Globetrotter in the Media”
Gluten-Free Globetrotter Deal Alert: FindMeGlutenFree App
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If you are traveling while living with celiac disease, most likely you have an arsenal of tools in your “celiac toolkit.” Food, apps, wipes, etc. You always need to be prepared with gluten-free food just in case. Snacks and apps are usually my top two travel accessories on every trip.
There are so many smartphone apps out there that try to make your celiac life easier. Apps to scan your food packages, apps to find places to eat, even apps that translate menus for you on the fly. I feel like I have tried them all.Continue reading “Gluten-Free Globetrotter Deal Alert: FindMeGlutenFree App”