• Dear Gluten Free Diva subscribers: I am excited to announce that I’ve begun participating in a month long blog challenge via two amazing business women – Michelle Shaeffer of http://michelleshaeffer.com and Michele Scism of http://decisiveminds.com. I hope you’ll stick around and read each of my posts. I’m not sure I’ll post each and every day, but I’m trying to at least post for half of the challenges. And I especially hope you find the information valuable. My goal, always, is to make your gluten free life better, one step at a time. UBC-bannerbox200 I’m so grateful to have almost 2000 people who subscribe to my Gluten Free Diva blog. At the risk of sounding sappy, you are like family. I love writing posts for you and I especially love writing posts that serve a need you have. I’m always open to hearing about anything you’d like me to write about so feel free to leave a comment below. Meanwhile, though, I want to bring your attention to some of my colleagues. These are women who have been writing their own blogs for a number of years and who are prominent in the world of gluten free blogging. If you’re not familiar with them, I invite you to click on over and read through some of their posts. I think you’ll be very pleased. If you’re a blogger and I haven’t included you on the list, please know that my intention was to simply whet the appetite of my readers with some of my favorite (though not exclusive) blogs. Feel free to leave a comment with your blog url in the comments below. Gluten Free Easily The Whole Gang The Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen Gluten Free Girl And when you’re done, if you haven’t seen my recent post for Gluten Free Flax Bread, please take a moment and read through it. I only made and posted it a few days ago but it’s already become my new favorite go-to homemade Gluten Free Sandwich Bread. I’ve been eating it every day, mostly toasted with Earth Balance Organic Coconut Spread and a little bit of himalayan pink salt. And a cup of Sweet & Spicy Tea, of course. P.S. I just added a snazzy new Facebook Like box in the sidebar. If you’re not yet a fan of my Facebook Gluten Free Diva page, feel free to click on “like”. Thank you!
    • http://www.movingforwardthroughdivorce.com Nancy Kay

      I appreciate how you are sharing recipes and tips that make it easier to meet our specific needs.

      • Ellen

        You’re welcome Nancy! It’s my pleasure to be of the utmost service in my role as the Gluten Free Diva Health Coach. If you have any particular questions, please feel free to mention them in these comments or email me. Be well!

    • http://www.movingforwardthroughdivorce.com Nancy Kay

      I appreciate how you are providing easy ways to meet gluten free needs and the support that people need so much!

    • http://www.beyondfaithintofreedom.com Mark A. Michael

      I haven’t gotten far into seeing how going Gluten free would benefit me. What would you say is the #1 reason?

    • http://allglutenfreedesserts.com Shirley @ gfe & All Gluten-Free Desserts

      Awww, Ellen … thank you so much for this post and highlighting my blog! I am truly honored!!!

      Have a wonderful weekend! Hugs,
      Shirley

      • Ellen

        Shirley – you ARE the best!!!

    • http://hunterslyonesse.wordpress.com Debi

      Shirley and Diane ROCK! :D I don’t know where I would have wound up if I hadn’t found Shirley’s blog three years ago or even met her in person. She’s a total gem.

      • Ellen

        Debi – I couldn’t agree more. When you look up “salt of the earth” in the dictionary, Shirley’s picture appears. She is indeed a gem.

    • http://www.thewholegang.org Diane Eblin- thewholegang

      Thank you for including my blog. I’m honored to be in such great company. Thank you.

    • http://www.wheatlessrochelle.com Rochelle

      Thanks for this post! I now have a few new bloggers to go check out. :)

      • Ellen

        My pleasure Rochelle!

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