A Look Back:14 Night Japanese Explorer Cruise on the Celebrity Millennium

Japan has always been one the the places that I have wanted to explore; however, it is one of the more challenging places to visit for people with Celiac disease. Gluten is extremely prevelant in Japanese dishes, and cross contamination is an extreme issue. It is for that reason that I determined and choose to […]

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Portland, OR: A Pacific Northwest Favorite Getaway

There are some places, no matter how many time you’ve been, that you keep finding your way back to. Portland, Oregon just happens to be one of those places for me, even if it just means  a brief visit. A typical trip for me usually consists of four things: Good food, especially Gluten Free! Good […]

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A Return to Calm:A Return to Kaua’i

There are very few places that you can visit and return to almost a decade later and find it just as it was on the day you left. Thankfully, Kaua’i just happens to be one of those places. My previous trips to Hawaii’s fourth largest island, commonly referred to the Garden Island, were a bit […]

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Bermuda- An Overdue Holiday Full of Disappointments

Expectations are a funny thing, especially when it comes to vacation. Between crazy work schedules, vacation policies, and accounting for other people’s budgets and travel preferences, trying to schedule a trip between multiple people can be extremely challenging. It is for these very reasons that sometimes finding myself booking/planning trips1-2 years in advance. With time […]

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Bucket Assist: Helping to Check the Boxes

Bucket Lists are funny things. If you are unfamiliar with the concept, the point of them is to checkoff a list of items you wish to experience, usually travel related, prior to kicking the “bucket”/ “finding yourself six feet under”/dead. While I would be lying if I said that I don’t have not one. Hell, […]

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