I’m in love with nature, natural eating and loving naturally. Slow living is what I’m all about—and I’m a fan of anyone else who’s all in.
Thank you summer season
You’re the reason we are beamin’
I’m sorry to see another sweet Summer come to an end, but will carry my affinity for outside energy into Fall and embrace it.
Having to eat gluten free, loving the outdoors, and being healthy and strong started this step-by-step walk into my poetic life and creating things I love. Feeling well and being fit makes everything else fall right into place.
It’s about the path of least resistance. The work flows calmly and easily.
And, it’s about listening to your own inner voice, which is always your greatest adviser and biggest advocate. I found Kristen Alden, Kimberly Taylor-Pestell, Annie Moor and a slew of other friends who loved and supported me on my quest to share this power of perspective and the ability to heal through healthy food and a healthful lifestyle when I began Gluten Free Sage.
Kristen, my trusty colleague, website and book designer, and I laugh a lot about what we do because we absolutely love it.
It helps to laugh when figuring out your path in life—what’s working for you and what isn’t.
For example, this weekend we were discussing how many people visit Gluten Free Sage because of a letter I wrote to Woodford Reserve bourbon asking if it’s gluten free. This particular post brings a lot of traffic to the site, so we said I should start a Gluten-free Bourbon Lover’s Poets Club to combine the two and tap into an ultra-specific niche audience. LOL!
Naturally Natural with a Twist
I’m a little bit a this
And a little bit a that
Doing the best I can
Wearing all my hats
Sometimes I’m a gluten-free poet
An author, a hiker,
A lover of landscape—and knows it
I’m a naturalist
Who makes a flourless feast
A biophile that grows flowers
Every day of the week
Butterflies and caterpillars
Bourbon from my favorite distiller
S.Pellegrino has since become my go-to, but I’m happy to toast you and cheers you with my own words that I knead together. Let’s face it, if you can’t eat toast, and there are no loaves of bread rising here, might as well raise a glass with a sweet toast every now and again!
Up To You
We laugh a lot
End of summer, cool drink sweet spot
Outside in the sun roastin’
Every now and again we toastin’
To peace, health and love, makin’ most, all in!
Sparkling water, lime or bourbon
It’s up to you—
My cheers stay true