While New York City is still officially on “PAUSE” and the inability to travel at the moment, I want to connect with the gluten-free community in a new way. When two of my favorite people on Instagram both approached me to go “LIVE” with them, I jumped at the opportunity.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Celiac Project Podcast a few weeks ago to talk all about traveling while living with celiac disease. I really like this podcast because hosts Michael and Cam keep the conversation lively, truthful, and real. They both have celiac disease so they know exactly what it is like to navigate life on a gluten-free diet with celiac. They have really interesting topics and seem to be gaining quite a following with their podcast. When Michael and Cam invited me to join them, I couldn’t resist the opportunity.
Take a listen to my 30+ year history of living with celiac disease, my top gluten-free travel tips, and more using the link below. I thank Michael and Cam of the Celiac Project Podcast for this fun conversation about gluten-free travel, a passion I want to share with everyone. I hope to join them again soon.
Take a listen by clicking on the image below.
One month from today I will be in Newfoundland! This is more than 4,600 miles from my current house in California yet still in North America. This kind of blows my mind being a lifelong East Coast girl until this year. It is also 4.5 hours difference in time zones from California to NL and my first time in a 1/2 hour time zone difference. What?! I didn’t even know half time zones existed until I looked up the current time in Newfoundland! All sorts of newness going on for me in this trip to the most eastern part of North America. To say I am excited would be an understatement.
Besides the whales, icebergs, and puffins, that I hope to see, I am most excited is because I am presenting at the Canadian Celiac Association National Conference. This is a wonderful honor and I am so happy to share my lifelong celiac disease experiences and international gluten-free travel tips and expertise with the Canadian Celiac community.
This two-day conference has a stellar line of celiac experts from across North America! Visit the schedule page to see the full line-up. I am really flattered to be included with some of the top celiac medical professionals in the world.
I am thrilled to be giving away one free entry to the conference. The value of this ticket is $275 CAD which is an enormously generous prize from the Canadian Celiac Association. You are responsible for hotel and transportation so if you can get yourself to St. John’s Newfoundland on June 25 and June 26 and you can find a hotel room (it’s peak season!!), you can enter to win.
To enter, please use the form below!
Enter to win entry for one person to the Canadian Celiac Association National Conference. Winner will be chosen on May 27, 2016.
I am so honored that Gluten-Free Globetrotter has been included in this international list of gluten-free bloggers. I think this is the first time my website has been referred to as “smashing” and I am flattered! Thank you Goodness Direct for including me in your prestigious list and beautiful infographic! Be sure to visit the other gluten-free bloggers mentioned in the post. They are all worth a look!
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Happy Canada Day to all of my family, friends, and readers up north! I have only seen a sliver of Canada during my trips to Port Stanley and London, Ontario and a 2008 trip Vancouver, BC and I cannot wait to explore more. In 2016, I will get that chance!
In honor of Canada Day, I am THRILLED to announce that I am speaking at the 2016 Canadian Celiac Association national conference. The conference is June 24-26, 2016 in St. John’s, Newfoundland. I am so excited to share my lifelong celiac experiences and Gluten-Free Globetrotter travel tips with the Canadian celiac community. I am also really happy to explore a new-to-me area of Canada.
Thank you so much to the Canadian Celiac Association for this opportunity. See you next year!