Kitchen Hacks – Because Why Wouldn’t You Do Things the Easy Way? Remember when Lifehacker was all the rage? I mean, I know it’s still popular, but I feel like there was a time when you couldn’t avoid a Lifehacker article, or one from a competitor website. Now content like that has shifted to videos […]
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Healthy Meal Planning – Do You Need to Up Your Game? Tell me if this sounds like your year: You came into 2020 all confidence. You made a vision board, you created a plan, you were ready to conquer! Maybe you were even like me and picked a focus word for the year (mine was […]
Getting diagnosed with SIBO and trying a few different diets isn’t easy. Even going low-FODMAP, the least stringent diet to follow, can get tricky. Try finding onion- and garlic-free alternatives to products you used to take for granted.
Being cooped up in the house has been really interesting for the past month. I was one of the first people to opt to stay home from work, and I haven’t left the house much since. Here’s how The Glass Pantry is helping me stay safe at home.
What better time than in quarantine to revisit the backlog of drafted posts I’ve had in the hopper for months, and sometimes years? These are nuggets of wisdom I have wanted to drop on my dear readers for ages, and now, with more time to do it, I’m sharing them with you!
I’ve been trying to figure out things I can do during this time to give back. Share information, offer hope, and send along any resources that come my way, of which there have been a lot.
Updated: March 28, 2020 – Thank you to everyone who has submitted ideas to be included in this list. Keep it coming! These are crazy times we’re living in. You may be on an emotional and financial roller coaster right now, and that’s understandable. So many people all over the world are dealing with changes […]
If you’re hoping to go dairy-free in St. Lucia, let me give you the spoiler alert first: You’ll be just fine. If you’re looking for more detail, read on! I have a long list of destinations I’ve been wanting to blog about. Every time I travel, a big part of my planning involves where I […]
It took me a long time to post this, but the warning to friends and readers with food allergies or special diets was too important not to post. This summer, I flew from London to Chicago on American Airlines without a full meal. American Airlines promised on their website and on the phone that they would […]
I don’t know about you, but my social media feeds have been blowing up for a while with how lousy 2016 was, for a lot of reasons. You’re probably looking forward to a new start with 2017, hopefully with less lousiness in general. Since 2015, I’ve picked a word of the year to think about […]