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”
Today is a special guest post by Catalin Varela, an expat with celiac disease currently living in Italy. It’s been a number of years since I’ve been to Italy but I have fond memories of all the wonderful, gluten-free food I ate while traveling there. Many people are surprised that you can eat gluten-free so easily in Italy, but it’s true! Catalin’s tips below are a great starting place for anyone interested in traveling to and eating gluten-free in Italy.Continue reading “Guest Post: Tips for Traveling as a Celiac in Italy”
It happens to the best of us… the dreaded “glutening,” when you accidentally ingest gluten and then suffer tremendously. I am sharing this story for a lot of reasons. First of all, I want to be honest with my readers and let you know that a seasoned celiac such as myself gets sick sometimes. Also, I wanted to address “victim shaming.” Some details might be a little gross. You’ve been warned.
Friends, where did October go? I blinked and it was November! October was a busy month full of new projects, changing seasons, and planning for my next big trip.
March was a unexpectedly busy travel month. I kicked off March with a last minute trip to San Jose del Cabo, Mexico. My husband and I literally booked the trip on Thursday and took off on Tuesday. Have you ever planned a trip in four days or less?