This was really hard to narrow it down to 10.
Wait, let me back up. It’s the end of the year, and traditionally people do the “top” lists. I decided to do something just a bit different. I could go back and pick my top 10 favorite blog posts that I’ve written but I try to add posts like that to Gluten Free and Fit 101. Of course I miss some, so if there’s a post you think I should add, give me a holler.
Instead of my top 10, I decided to try to choose my top 10 favorites that other gluten free bloggers have written. And let me tell you, this was a doozie. There are so many awesome bloggers out there, with so many wonderful posts…the decision was impossible. There are no criteria that I can give you, other than these are my personal choices. I’m pretty sure they’re not what you would expect, but they are very interesting. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
In no particular order:
- Karina the Gluten Free Goddess with 56 Things to Remember. Yes, I chose a post that wasn’t even a recipe.
- Amy at Simply Sugar and Gluten Free shares Almost Pumpkin Pie and Healthier Through the Holidays.
- Shirley at Gluten Free Easily tells us about her Trip to General Mills AKA Betty Crocker Central
- Kim at Cook IT Allergy Free tells us how to avoid gluten and allergy free baking mishaps. (Still waiting for that Android app, Kim 😉
- Wendy at Celiacs in the House wraps up her 30 day challenge in preparation for her 50th birthday.
- My sister from another mother, Melissa at Gluten Free for Good, tells us about caffeine and an awesome recipe for gluten free brownies. Once again, I cannot resist re-posting this graphic. It’s now my background on my laptop.
- Kim at Gluten Free is Life gives her take on the ABC news debacle and untwists her knickers.
- Maggie at She Let Them Eat Cake shares tips for fueling learning-these are true for ALL ages!
- Finally, Diane at The W.H.O.L.E. Gang organized and hosted the 30 Days to a Food Revolution. I feel passionately that eating “real food” is the direction we HAVE to go, as a country, a planet, and especially for those of us who are gluten free.
So what’s coming in 2011 here at Gluten Free Fitness? You can expect more wackiness, not really recipes, and other ramblings. Also, be on the lookout for exciting announcements regarding the gluten free community and real food. Myself along with some other wonderful individuals are cooking up something wonderful.
And in case you need a little reminder-here are 5 ways to avoid a New Year’s Resolution Fail.
Have a happy, safe, gluten free holiday everyone!