As we journey through 2015, I wanted to direct you to an article that really resonated with readers. It lists my very best advice for coping with a child who has life-threatening food allergies, so I hope you take the time to give it a look. Click here for the full article.
When I began this blog in early 2008 I had no idea how it would impact my life and the lives of others. I'm so grateful for all of you who helped make The Nut-Free Mom blog an award-winning site for parents in our situation. It's hard to believe that when I started this blog, I did it in part because there were very few blogs out there for parents dealing with life-threatening nut allergies. Now that's all changed and I've lost count of how many blogs deal with this subject! I believe I may helped to start a trend. Who knew? :) I sincerely hope that sharing my story and the tips I've learned from practical experience have helped all of my readers.
I have well over 600 posts on this blog and it's been a treat to write and moderate. But because I know that parents are pressed for time, I published a handy e-book The New Nut-Free Mom, for those of you who want concise information to help you get started on dealing with the sometimes scary and confusing diagnosis of a life-threatening nut allergy for your child. I've been there and my book offers a friendly voice and hard-won experience on dealing with the nut-free life. Easy to read and divided up into short, concise sections, the book has a lot of detailed advice you can use in your everyday life including topics I've never seen covered in other books, such as "What does "nut-free" really mean?"
You can find my e-book by clicking here. It's also available for the Nook, personal computer or iPad. Click here to find more info. In fact it's easier than ever to get my book -- you only need the (FREE) Kindle or Nook app on your tablet or computer. Click here for more info on that.
Now for the update: I will be taking a blog break and I'm not sure for how long. It's time for me to work on some new projects, but the posts on this blog and the info in my e-book is there for you, 24-7.
Thanks again for reading The Nut-Free Mom!