Do you remember the days when to learn something, you either had to listen to a talk radio show or find a book on the topic? When education meant sitting through a lecture in a classroom?
I'm going to be straight—I'm 32 years old, and in my 32 years of life I've never had a long-term relationship.
We've all been there, walking into work with a plan of action and the next thing you know you're putting out fires left and right, the phone is ringing off the hook, and "omg, this has to be done right now." Your body goes into flight or fight mode, your stomach turns into knots, and that delicious lunch you packed goes unnoticed because you just can't stomach the thought of food.
Television shows are in abundance these days, from cable and network TV to streaming services and other digital providers. But how many of those show pull you in to another world, grasp at your heart, captivate your attention so much that you just can't change the channel, and educate you all at the same time?
Living as a vegan with a gluten intolerance is definitely not for the faint of heart. It takes willpower, determination, and a strong love of cooking (especially if you want to be a healthy gluten-free vegan).