Life is full of adventures

About Being Gluten Free – life is full adventures

Canadian who loves to travel.  Living gluten free and feeling much better for it, discovering recipes and enjoying new found pleasures in eating and travelling while being gluten free.

Married to an amazing man who is one of the strongest people I know [even though we don’t always agree on everything]. He is the reason I believe being positive is incredibly important.
Family travel has been a focus in the past, but as my daughter grows older, will be including more Girlfriend, solo and couple travels – Italy is in my sights! When I am there I will be able to immerse myself in one of my other favourite things – Art [and wine].
I have also had the pleasure of getting to know some amazing people through Social Media and look forward to meeting many more! Did I mention I am a bit of a Social Media Junkie? Also do social strategy for different brands.

I am a contributing editor on – head on over there and read some great articles!

A Approved Website, as a trusted celiac resource.

Travel and food – that and my family, and I am good! 🙂

If you are looking for more more information and would like to see my media kit, drop me a note. or you can contact me at [email protected]

6 thoughts on “About Being Gluten Free – life is full adventures

  1. Claudia


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  2. mystery shopping

    Good day! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog before but after browsing through some of the articles I realized it’s new to me. Nonetheless, I’m certainly pleased I discovered it and I’ll be book-marking it and checking back often!

  3. Margaret Dron

    Hello – hope you’re having a great start to the week!

    I was just wondering if you’d be interested in letting your readers know about the Gluten Free Expo that’s coming up in Toronto. The Gluten Free Expo is Canada’s largest gluten free event and takes place in 3 Canadian cities every year – Toronto, Vancouver, and Calgary. Bringing together over 100 exhibitors at each show and thousands of happy consumers to try, buy and learn about gluten free food. :o)

    You can always contact me directly with any questions you might have regarding the Expo., or visit to find all the details at your finger tips.

    Hope you don’t mind me asking. Either way… great blog. :o) I just thought I’d toss it out there just in case by some chance you find the topic interesting. I’m trying to get the word out as much as possible so we can get enough traffic through the doors to make it an annual event.

    Warm regards,

    1. Beingglutenfree

      I will certainly promote on my facebook page as well as my twitter account – hope to be able to make it out as well. 😉

  4. Siobhan Kelly

    Hi there
    I just received a request for you to join the OFF THE GRID Food & Drink section in Atomic Reach. I thought it might be a better fit in our Body section, as we have more gluten-free bloggers contributing there. If you’d like to request to join that section, I’d be happy to add your blog
    Siobhan Kelly
    Curator, OFF THE GRID

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