After a lot of careful research, I decided to try going gluten-free to see if it cures a non-life-threatening-yet-annoying autoimmune condition I have. This blog, once just a place for me to post recipes, is now the home of my journey to my GF life, and a chronicle of what’s been happening since I made the switch.
When I’m not eating or looking for things to eat, I pass my time as the managing editor at Cosmopolitan.com. I also do a bit of freelance writing when I’m not watching an unhealthy amount of TV and movies.
Here are some other things I wrote, should you want to read them:
The Six Types of Coworkers No One Warns You About (Cosmo)
Do Curling Mascaras Actually Work? (Buzzfeed)
How to Save Money Without Leaving Your Laptop (Galtime)
A Lovely Little NYC Wedding (New York Weddings)
Last-minute Fixes for Bridal Beauty Freakouts (New York Weddings)
Top Chef recaps, musings on other TV shows, and lots of food roundups (Nymag.com)
Disclaimer time: I am not a medical professional and by no means should this blog be considered medical advice for anyone on or embarking on a gluten-free diet. I do not have a severe allergy or Celiac and am thus not too worried about cross-contamination. All writing is purely my experience and opinions. Always contact your doctor before making any major diet changes.
Photo credit: the incredible Raydene Salinas