In today’s episode I’m going to be talking about what it’s like to be an allergy kid. Is it really as stressful as you think? I go through how I thought about my allergy at different ages in my life, how my parents influenced my views and if allergies have influenced my life for the better. This episode is an introduction to the Allergy Kids Series which will run over September and October.

What You’ll Learn:

  • I talk about having allergies in primary school.
  • What it was like transitioning to Secondary School.
  • How my Mum taught me to stay allergy safe as a teenager.
  • How I told my boyfriend about my allergies.
  • What it was like going to university with allergies.
  • How I told my housemates about my allergies.
  • I reflect on how having an allergy has influenced my life.
  • I talk about some of my allergy wins.

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Chocolate Recipe Book: want the first chapter free??

For those of you who have been following my blog and podcast for a little while you’ll know I’m writing a Gluten Free, Nut Free, Dairy & Egg Free Chocolate Recipe Book. It is the ultimate guide to working with dairy free chocolate with an amazing array of cakes, cupcakes, cookies, biscuits, sweet morsels and other delights.

I am hoping to have this e-book published at the end April. But don’t worry, if you can’t wait until then you can get your hands on the first chapter including 2 recipes. (There are also 2 bonus recipes you get sent later….)

To get your free copy and get the latest info on my recipe book launch, sign up with your email address below.

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