One year ago today, Familyglutenfree.com went live! It is really hard to believe that it has been one year already. I feel like I have done so much more with the site than I thought was possible, but at the same time there are so many things I still wish I could do.
This blog started as a creative outlet for me. It was a way to create something where I could express my current thoughts and interests in food and nutrition with a starting point being gluten. I also hoped that in some small way I could help others who are struggling with the concept of becoming gluten-free and who are looking for ways to eat healthier. When I started the blog, I had no idea what I was doing or how this would fit into my life. It was really the first time in my life I jumped into something completely foreign in such a public way.
One year later, I am proud. The feedback has been overwhelming and I hope I can continue to be creative, learn more and support others in the gluten-free community. Thank you to anyone and everyone who has taken time out of their lives to look at my blog. I am looking forward to writing about another year of my family’s journey eating healthfully gluten-free.
This picture is of my two sweetie-pie boys, watching the snow pile up. It has become the norm this winter here in eastern Massachusetts. We have spent many days indoors at home. However, it has been a great way to spend time in the kitchen. I have finally gotten to recipes that have been on my back burner for months. Although we may have severe cases of cabin fever, we are eating well. Whatever your definition of “eating well” is, we can all agree that good food starts in the kitchen and not in a package. What are you cooking?