What a wonderful weekend! It was my first time going to and exhibiting at the Allergy and Free From Show in London. I didn’t know what to expect of the weekend. I only knew it would be long, working an exhibition stand 3 days in a row is basically 3 days of standing up 10am to 5pm. But you know what the aching limbs, the tired voice and the work of putting the stand together was SO worth it!
Parents, kids, adults and businesses all in the business of allergies! I loved getting to meet all of you! And I know my parents did as well!
We loved all the allergy kids sharing their allergy wins and decorating the stand with their drawings! You allergy kids made the Eat Allergy Safe stand stand-out more than everyone else! So thank you!!
For those of you who are regular listeners of the podcast, you may remember that at the beginning of this year I made announcement on the podcast. I announced that this was make or break year for me. It was the year I really tried to make Eat Allergy Safe my profession.
When you are trying to make a startup work there are so many times that you can feel completely unmotivated and at a loss with how to move forward. I had been feeling like this before the show, to tell you the truth. It’s sad but true.
Since the end of the first day of the show I have been feeling SO motivated and bursting with ideas. Ideas you have suggested, ideas from comments you’ve made, motivated by all your feedback! I have so many ideas that I now have the opposite problem of needing to get organised to put all these ideas into action! 😀
So to everyone of you who came and said hello, thank you! You made my weekend, you have motivated me and I hope you will get involved and enjoy all the great things I have planned over the rest of 2017 and into 2018!
And to give you a little teaser of what’s to come, check out below!
Coming soon in 2017:
“The Real Cause of Allergies, Eczema and Asthma” Book Giveaway August to September!
Allergy Kids Podcast Mini Series: hear what allergy kids think about having allergies
I’m going to start teaching allergy education in schools!