It was my 24th birthday this weekend, and while it may not have been the perfect birthday weekend - it was the best birthday I've had in years. I went into it this year with no plans and a not giving a f*** attitude and I wouldn't change a thing. Here's what I learned about … Continue reading How to Have your Best Birthday Yet
Having been diagnosed as Celiac two and a half years ago, it has taken some getting used to. Travelling to new cities is always hard because I have to find new places that can accommodate my needs but also don't taste like cardboard. I've found a few here and there, but now that I'm back … Continue reading Best Gluten Free Eats in Vancouver
As my three weeks in this beautiful province comes to a close I wanted to recap my summer experience on the island. We're hopping on a plane in Moncton early tomorrow morning to head back to Ottawa in time for Seb's schooling. I hope you guys enjoy this format of a travel blog as I'm … Continue reading My Gluten-Free Travel Guide to Prince Edward Island
We've done it! We have officially driven from Vancouver, British Columbia to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. This is probably going to be a long post because I'm going to try to cram everything into one, unlike my England trip. Let me know in the comments below which you prefer for travel blogs. I was going … Continue reading Our Cross-Canada Road Trip
Welcome to the third and final part of my vacation recap! Click here for Part 1 and Part 2. We got into London around probably 2 PM and only had about 6 hours there total to see everything we wanted to see. The first stop was the Tate Modern, a massive art gallery in London. … Continue reading Vacation Recap – London
Three years ago I thought nothing of myself, I had felt this way for years, and I was certain I would never amount to anything. I was struggling with an eating disorder, and other mental illness related issues. Even after I was recovered, it took some time to rebuild the confidence I once had. It's … Continue reading How I Managed to Get my Self Confidence Back After it was at an All Time Low
I hate limiting what I eat, but since I can't eat gluten I have to. It's been a little over two years since my diagnosis, and I figured I would share what I've learned and how I do it without losing my mind or breaking the bank. For starters, I don't eat a lot of processed … Continue reading how i eat gluten free without breaking the bank or breaking my heart.