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Happy Celiac Awareness Month

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If this isn’t a sign of the current state of the world, I don’t know what is?! It may be crazy times but there is no reason to stop educating others about celiac disease.

Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and via my mailing list this month for celiac advocacy tips and awareness. I will also be sharing some of my favorite Gluten-Free Globetrotters from around the globe. Just because we can’t travel at the moment doesn’t mean we can’t dream about it and plan for the future.

Happy Celiac Awareness!


It’s About Time…

Gluten-Free Globetrotter Under Construction

Notice anything different?

My blog was looking how I feel most days… OLD.

I worked with a designer on my new logo over a year ago but totally slacked on the website redesign. First, came the second cross-country move in 2.5 years. Then, came the pregnancy and baby. If those aren’t some major changes, I don’t know what is! Life happens, as we know, and this blog slipped.

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Gluten Free Awards Top 30 Gluten Free Influencers of 2019

Gluten-Free Awards Winner


I am honored to be named one of the top 30 Gluten Free Influencers in the 10th Annual Gluten Free Awards. These awards are nominated and chosen by readers like you! It is always such a delight to be recognized for my blog and social media. I am in great company with some of my favorite gluten-free bloggers. Thank you to all of you who nominated and voted for me this year and in years past. I appreciate all of you!

Click here to see the complete list of top 30 Gluten Free Influencers.


Want to vote for your favorite gluten-free brands? The official survey for the 10th Annual Gluten Free Awards presented by The Gluten Free Buyers Guide is now open. One lucky voter will win a $20 Amazon Gift Card courtesy of The Gluten-Free Buyers Guide. Click here to vote!

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October 2018 Gluten-Free Travel News and Updates

Some days are still feeling like summer in NYC
Some days are still feeling like summer in NYC


It’s been a while since I posted my gluten-free travel news, so October 1st is as good time as any. With fall here and the end of 2018 right around the corner, I thought I would post some interesting articles I’ve found across the internet. Hopefully one of these will inspire your gluten-free travel for the rest of the year.

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Gluten-Free Globetrotter 2017 Year in Review

When looking back over the past year, I traveled more than I realized. I went to New York City a whopping FIVE times in the past year. Not a surprise considering that is where I got married and that is my hometown. I also went to Wisconsin twice to see my sister and her family. I also went to Anaheim, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and San Francisco more times than I can remember. I connected with gluten-free friends across the country and eat some really delicious meals. While my life in California has been a bit tumultuous this year, I do have positive things about to reflect on as 2017 comes to an end.

Top 5 Gluten-Free Globetrotter Events of 2017

  1. Wedding in New York City! I had a wonderful wedding in April that was completely gluten-free. We stayed in an AirBnB in our old Brooklyn neighborhood and got to see the city through the eyes of our tourist friends. It was so wonderful to have friends and family from across the world celebrating with us. Looking for places to eat gluten-free in New York City. Check out this post!

    Wedding Venue: My Moon Restaurant, Brooklyn, New York
  2. The Celiac Project Podcast. Not only was I a guest multiple times this year, but I finally got to meet Mike and Cam, the awesome duo behind the Celiac Project Podcast while in Indianapolis. These are some of the nicest guys I’ve ever met. They put together a wonderful podcast about all things celiac and gluten-free related and they just hit their 100th episode. Take a listen.

    Me with Mike and Cam from the Celiac Project Podcast
    Me with Mike and Cam from the Celiac Project Podcast
  3. Visiting the Pope Farm Conservancy sunflower farm. This place was truly magical. It looked and felt like you were in a living painting. The moody sky added to the beauty of the day. Also, being with my three favorite kids (my nieces and nephew) on earth helped too! If you happen to be near Madison, Wisconsin around mid-August, add this place to your list. It is a must see!

    Gluten-Free Globetrotter at the Pope Conservancy in Wisconsin
  4. 2017 Washington DC Gluten-Free Education Day. Not only did I get to speak at this national conference, but I also got to meet an awesome girl who said I inspired her to travel. We first connected via Instagram and it was an honor to meet C in Washington. She was the sweetest girl and I was beyond flattered that she wanted to meet me! I love meeting future Gluten-Free Globetrotters.

    One of my youngest fans!
  5. Camp Celiac. This was my second year volunteering at Camp Celiac in Livermore, CA. I love being part of the the excitement that comes along with summer camp. I wish I had this as a kid! This program is put on in part by the Celiac Disease Foundation of Northern California. If you are interested in your celiac kids attending Camp Celiac, registration opens on February 1st and fills up VERY quickly. Don’t delay!
Gluten-Free Globetrotter goes to Camp Celiac
Gluten-Free Globetrotter goes to Camp Celiac

I am excited to put 2017 behind me and jump into 2018. I have a few trips in the works including a work trip to Florida in the beginning of the new year. I also have a big birthday coming up which deserves a HUGE trip.

Happy new year everyone!