Did you know that food allergy awareness week is all this week? It’s time to speak up and educate others about food allergies. Millions of Americans (including children) are managing various allergies to food. The numbers only grow each year with more and more children being diagnosed. Parents are constantly worrying about their children’s safety.
If you’ve been following me at all (and I really hope you have), you’ll know I don’t specifically write about allergy topics. This week is going to be a special week dedicated to sharing resources, stories and if course some great allergy friendly recipes.
Say What You Want To Say… and Let The Words Fall Out.. Honestly…I Want To See You Be Brave
There are a few things you might not already know about me. Real life and blogging life are very different for me. By nature, I not the most outgoing person. I’ve learned to get out of my comfort zone and socialize but it’s hard because I’m also a people pleaser. I don’t want to cause waves or be confrontational. People says I’m too nice. Maybe its just a Midwestern thing. I suppose I could be called worse things, right? 🙂
Everybody’s Been There, Everybody’s Been Stared Down… Don’t Run, Just Stop Holding Your Tongue…
Blogging has become an awesome outlet for me. Not only is it fun sharing the recipes I’ve created, more importantly, it helps other families managing food allergies. The longer I’m here blogging, the louder I feel my “voice” could be. So I feel the responsibility to help others by speaking up and help raise awareness of food allergies.
Let Your Words Be Anything But Empty, Why Don’t You Tell Them The Truth
Be sure to see what I’ll be talking about all this week on my other social media. I don’t post here as much as I’d like. I tend to post the latest and current happenings here:
Food Bloggers that cater to specific food allergies. These are just a few the many food allergy bloggers out there:
WholeNewMom – Adrienne