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The Royal Crescent in beautiful Bath

Gluten Free in London…and beyond! Ch ch ch ch changes…

Hello, lovely gluten free fam. It’s been a while, eh? Some of you may have noticed that I’ve been posting on Instagram and Twitter from all sorts of places over the last couple of months…London, Kent, Manchester, Brighton, Cornwall, Bath…but not a lot on this blog. I’ve been taking a bit of a sabbatical from my usual London life. After nearly six years in the Big Smoke I felt the need for a change, so for the past couple of months I have been alternating between working part-time in my hometown of Bath, staying with my boyfriend and friends in London, and travelling around the UK. I miss being in London 24/7, but I’m also enjoying the break. I am feeling healthier, partly due to less stress, and partly thanks to all the amazing gluten free and low FODMAP meals my Mum has been cooking up (more on those later!). Do not fret, I will still be posting about gluten free and low FODMAP eats in London, I will just be posting about other places in the UK and abroad too. Gluten …

Gluten free & blogging resolutions

Hello and happy 2015 to one and all. I was a little (a lot) lax with my writing for this blog last year. All of the IBS/ FODMAPpy health stuff going on plus taking on more responsibility at work meant that I simply didn’t have much headspace left for the extra-curricular. I kept up a little more with sharing pics on my Instagram and live-tweeting various gluten free happenings (see my thoughts on #FoodUnwrapped for a recent example), and periodically on Pinterest; I find micro-blogging a lot easier to dip in and out of. I now have the IBS and coeliac stuff more or less under control, though as fellow sufferers (I don’t like the word – it sounds a bit self-pitying, but how else can we describe ourselves…?) will know, gut disorders are an unpredictable beast, so you are never 100% ‘cured’. It would be remiss of me to promise to blog daily in 2015, or even multiple times a week, because I know that with the commitments I have, in all likelihood it wouldn’t happen. I’m very envious of those …