All posts by Jet Widick

About Jet Widick

Jet Widick is a poet, former nurse and founder of Gluten Free Sage, a wellness blog that promotes the power of perspective and the ability to heal through a healthful lifestyle and artful experiences. She believes that each of us needs to be well and inspired to help us become the best, most beautiful versions of ourselves that we can be.


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Creating Things I Love

After a fulfilling and fun four years, I have made the decision to transition my writing to poetry. I have loved every second of Gluten Free Sage and am incredibly grateful, as this is what opened me to writing and creating things I love in the first place. As I wind down from writing about… Read More


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Start Fresh

Straight up, the number one priority on the path to wellness begins with the question: How do you want to feel? From the moment we start fresh in the morning until it’s time to turn in for the night, staying focused on this goal is how we’re able to maintain steady flight throughout each and… Read More


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The Bite-Sized Celiac

The Bite-Sized Celiac Erika Kubitz and I—though we’ve never met—have a major thing in common: We both had celiac disease affecting our lives long before we knew it. Luckily, we found out and want to help others who may be struggling to find the answers to their celiac questions. It’s always a wonderful relief to… Read More


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Reexamine All You Have Been Told

When you feel really good, you’re almost afraid to talk about it, like you’ll jinx it. It takes great effort to maintain wellness, and you cherish this place with a strong reverence. Health is sacred. There are so many souls—both with and without food-related illnesses—that don’t feel well. And if you’re young or one of… Read More


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Vietnamese Bun Cha

Inspired by the Parts Unknown episode where Anthony Bourdain shares a meal with former President Barack Obama in Hanoi, Vietnam, I decided to make my own version of Vietnamese Bun Cha. Vietnamese Bun Cha is a grilled pork and rice noodle salad, and one of Hanoi’s most famous dishes. Pork patties and slices of pork… Read More


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Goodreads Self-Care Book Giveaway!

In celebration of the upcoming holidays, I’m running a Goodreads self-care book giveaway where you can register to win one of 5 copies of Gluten Free Soul Pilot, my new guide to healthful, inspired living! The entry period began on Oct 29, 2018 and ends on Nov 12, 2018. How to Enter: 1. Click on… Read More


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First Sunday at Porter East

This past weekend, I was so excited to be participating in my first Sunday at Porter East with their awesome group of shops and restaurants and all the vendors and food trucks that come out for the event. My colleague Kristen Alden and I have a new book Gluten Free Soul Pilot that launches this… Read More


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Gluten Free Italy

I felt it instantly. It was undeniable. It happened whenever I spoke to friends and neighbors about their travels to Italy. The room stopped. Their faces lit up and hearts melted all around upon speaking and hearing about the trip. I wanted a scoop of that slice of life! I love the heart-melters—the things we… Read More


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Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe

My mom Annabelle, who is now 82 years old, was an only child who lost both of her parents at a fairly young age. She showed me what it takes to be tough, smart, kind, and to never give up. However, the biggest thing she probably taught me is that your vibe attracts your tribe.… Read More


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Make Your Own 7-Minute Workout

I recently came across this New York Times article titled “Can’t Do the 7-Minute Workout? Neither Can I.” It’s a good article, but I was immediately put-off by the title. I wondered why. It bothered me because I feel it gives the message that it’s OK if you can’t do a 7-minute workout. With our… Read More