About C.J. / Media Resource

Being gluten-free does not have to be a restriction -- even if you have Celiac Disease. Instead, C.J. has found how it has made the world that much wider. Being gluten-free is a great opportunity to experience the abundance of variety, new cuisines and cooking techniques, and the freedom to be flexible. She has made her diagnosis a gymnast's tumble -- instead of a bone-breaking freefall.


CJ created Tumbling Gluten Free to explore travel, Celiac-safe restaurants around the world, building an identity beyond disease, and to promote the joys of whole foods and whole life. Generously peppered with personal recipes, and budget tips for shoestring budgeting and eating well and safely, Tumbling Gluten Free is a great place to get a new pair of glasses on food, fun, and gluten-free living. Tumbling Gluten Free is a great place to get a new pair of glasses on food, fun, and gluten-free living. As a young professional, C.J. gives the process of eating, living with an autoimmune disease, and balancing grad school, travel, and freelance work a whimsical and energetic spin.

CJ is also a certified nutrition consultant. and works directly with schools, restaurants, and individuals as a nutritionist to aid with Celiac Disease Awareness, safe food handling procedures to avoid cross-contact and illness, and to give parents and educators the tools they need to thrive as Celiacs, raising Celiac children, or both.  Partnering with the New England Celiac Organization, Gluten Free Allergy Friendly Expos, Orange County Homeschool Co-Op, Laguna Beach Parks/Recreation Department, local charter and private schools, and local bakeries, CJ has made hands-on the success word and attitude for living freely, flexibly, and eating joyfully with Celiac Disease.

As a freelance writer, editor, and small business consultant, CJ has made her skill with words, and her passion for her fellows' stories, a great asset to companies such as Birds and Bees Connection, The Better Bean Company, Gluten Free Sourdough Company, Freedible, Broken Grounds Cafe, and the national print magazine, Gluten Free and More, to name just a few.

 She regularly writes content and curricula for both educational institutions and businesses, both in the sphere of nutrition and disability advocacy, and for promotional and branding success.

You can find her social media, relational, and wider cultural tutorials and wonderings at Get It Writ

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  1. Thanks so much for the sweet Christmas gift, my secret celiac Santa! ;) Happy holidays!

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  2. You're welcome, Casey! Late reply and all. Hope you're bouncing into Spring now with celiac-style. :)


    CJ

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