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Update: No rest for the weary

Posted by on November 12, 2012

So a lot has happened in the last 2+ weeks since I’ve last managed a post. I’ve gained a promotion, worked 13 days in a row and gave up said promotion for interpersonal reasons and I’ve gotten exhausted, stressed and now sick. None of that really matters, I suppose, but I thought I’d give some kind of explanation for my absence even if its no excuse. I haven’t really had a chance to do any recipe development except inside my head. I’ve been eating absolute junk for food and between the stress and exhaustion; it shows.

I do, however have a few geeky projects in the works that I’ll be able to show off soon, plus things to get ready for the holidays. I was going to do NaNoWriMo this month, but I thought it might be better to focus on my wonderful readers and do my (hopefully) awesome gluten free blogging. I’ve gotten a few requests that I think will be great for the upcoming holidays as well as a few promises to keep, so that’s my goal until the end of the year. I want to go out with a bang, and lots of good fun memories to associate with this year and this blog.  Also, working with the amazing guys at Logonerds to get an EatsGeeks logo up and running. Which is totally exciting. But first I want to hear from you. So tell me, what kind of recipes would you like to see before the year is up?

~Tabi

One Response to Update: No rest for the weary

  1. Lucas

    Anytime you purchase a peocessrd food item from a grocery store or a chain restaurant, you cannot be guaranteed of the quality of ingredients like gluten-free. They are mass suppliers and usually go by what their ingredient factories put on their labels. Not to mention, if the pizzas are not organic, then many of the ingredients may also be GMO. I still think it’s best, gluten free or not, to eat whole foods and cook your own items from scratch at home.

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