Last week, in a moment of brilliance (sarcasm alert) I had this idea; change my schedule! Post on Tuesdays and Thursdays, that’s a good idea!
But then something happened on Friday that I did and didn’t plan on. For the past few months, I have been working on a second blog. One dedicated to the world of and struggles of the gluten-intolerance life.
I officially launched it on Friday, and I expected it to start like this one. Slow and unnoticed.
Turns out foodie blogs are way more popular than I realized.
So, for Anchored I will be back to the old schedule of Mondays and Wednesdays. Because I have a new blog called
Want to hear about it? No? Too bad! Here it goes!
I have been gluten-intolerant for about three years now. And while I’m getting a handle on the allergy, I’m finding that people don’t get food allergies. And it is annoying, frustrating, and difficult.
Then I had a stroke of genius…Start a blog! But there are a lot of gluten-free blogs out there, what makes mine different?
Well, for starters I keep it real. Many people say they can’t taste the difference between gluten-free and regular food. Or the gluten-free food tastes just fine.
I disagree, there are mega differences, which I will cover on Hobbit; and I will review and share gluten-free products that work and taste the best.
Recipes are another thing I will be sharing as well. I’ve found different ways for gluten-free food to taste palatable, which my recipes are. I love to make food that tastes as normal as possible.
I will be posting twice on Tuesdays and Thursdays with either a recipe, product review, or tips and tricks to navigate a tasteless world.
But, why the starving Hobbit? Well, first, I hope you know what a Hobbit is. They are very short people from J.R.R Tolkien’s The Hobbit. Being short, and a Hobbit fan, I knew the name fit for this blog. Because Hobbits love their food, especially breakfast, and second breakfast. And if a Hobbit can’t have their breakfast or food, they starve, and voila! The Starving Hobbit!!
Gluten-free foods, sometimes, do not satisfy. I know what real food tastes like, and overnight it was taken from me. There are times I have a strong craving for something I can’t have. Which again, is the point of this blog. So that other gluten intolerant people can come here and know they are not alone and the struggle is real.
As I’ve said, this blog will be honest. I will review gluten-free foods, share tips, and my favorite products, plus recipes, and more!
My gluten-free journey was rough at first. Finding alternatives was difficult, figuring out how to bake with GF flour, and finding gluten-free stuff that tastes somewhat normal.
So, there you have it! My new blog.
Want to check it out? Click here!