After 2 years in the same skin, I felt like TNakakihara was in need of an update.
Please let me know if you find anything wrong with my site - this revamp went entirely to smoothly, and frankly I don't trust that kind of easy success.
I am working on a couple of new posts, and getting heavily into reviews (apps, personal care, idk the sky' the limit!) this summer.
Thank you for reading, see you soon!
I am beyond grateful for all of the restaurants who have chosen to take allergen-free options seriously. While not every establishment can be totally gluten free or free of any other allergen, there are a few things that restaurants do that make diners like me feel safe and welcomed.
It can be a pretty rough experience to go out to eat when you have a food allergy or other illness that requires you to avoid certain ingredients. Having developed celiac disease after 19 years of "normal" life, I can get frustrated with the newfound fear and anxiety that eating out sometimes causes me. "I could be fine", you think to yourself, "or I could end up living in the bathroom for the next 2-5 business days." That risk factor is a pain in the ass, so every time I find a place that can alleviate those negative feelings, I am a customer for life.
Last year, I hit some kind of emotional and physical wall with Spartan Race. Not only did I not even come close to completing my goal of a Double Trifecta, I did not earn a single Trifecta in 2018.