Stickability

I feel I have a responsibility to make the world a better place. I’ve thought it through, and believe Celiac was placed in my life to help others. I want to see people change their lives for the better, as I truly believe we need to be well and inspired so we can become the best, most beautiful versions of ourselves that we can be.

Having to change your entire way of eating is tough. It affects your whole life. You have to think about food in an entirely new way, and learning the gluten free diet is a challenge when you don’t feel good!

Our capacity for healthy living and serenity is UNLIMITED. You can reach this dream if you believe you can! But wishing alone will not bring wellness. The only ways to achieve success in anything we desire is to understand that—more often than not—our emotions and our mindset are what keep us from succeeding. It’s our job to come up with a plan to overcome them.

I built my world around this plan, and it WORKED. I continue to live by this philosophy, diet, and fitness routine every day.

Gluten Free Sage is my way of turning something that knocked me down into something to lift others up! I realize I am incredibly fortunate that I’m able do this… giving sage words away, sharing easy gluten-free recipes, and recommending simple, accessible ways to exercise so I can help others be strong and lead a truly healthful life.

“Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.”  —Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill said it best in his book Think and Grow Rich that knowledge is only potential power. It becomes power only when it is organized into definite plans of action. But you don’t have to start at the bottom. You can find out what I’ve learned much sooner than I did! I’ve realized that my personal experiences and knowledge can shorten the amount of time it takes someone else to get to a similar place of health and wellness.
 
When people ask me what I do, I say I help people feel their best and live their dreams to the fullest. That I want to make it easier for anyone recently diagnosed with celiac disease by helping them navigate their new lifestyle.

It took desire, persistence, a positive mental attitude, and learning from adversity to get here. This is my success story—and a resource for you to feel good.

Desire, perseverance, a positive mental attitude and learning from adversity are all states of mind, and therefore can be cultivated. Yes, you can trick your brain for success and happiness! This article from Berkley’s Greater Good explains how you can intentionally change your brain to create lasting happiness and well-being. It gets pretty scientific in its explanation, but basically the message is that the brain has the ability to tune itself over time depending on our habits and how we choose our thoughts.
 
Simply put, do you focus your attention on the good experiences and positive things in your life, or the bad? Life goes more smoothly when we’re healthy and happy.
 
My life is now full of positive energy, creativity and peace and I desire the same for you; paving the way with love, inspiration and joy so that you can lead the best life you can lead. It’s my way of giving back, which makes me… happy.