“Fall” Into Place


Crisp Autumn air filled with the fragrances of leaves as they rustle across the fields on my farm, what could be better?  Maybe freshly bailed hay?  Holiday seasons are around the corner and that means that everyone will be busy, busy, busy.  Somehow, each season even fall and winter makes me feel as if though I am getting another chance to re-organize and  prioritize my goals.  Life seems so much easier when I have a plan and can cross things off of my list.  Setting aside a designated time each day when I work on those tasks is also helpful.  Next week I will put my thoughts into actions as I begin to call the corporate offices of some of the restaurants I would like to include in my book ” 2014 National Gluten Free Restaurant Guide”.  My goal is to work with them in an attempt to find what ever means necessary to print, copyright information so that we can steer gluten free diners toward their restaurants making it a win-win for everyone.  Soooooo, before I begin my next endeavor what is your best organization tip?     


About Gluten-Free Social Savvy

Living and exploring a Gluten Free community while developing a handy resource guide to make dining out a little easier for all of us.
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3 Responses to “Fall” Into Place

  1. emilycosentino2013 says:

    I don’t know if I have one. start

  2. I love your post! I just made a guide to eating gluten-free and it has lots of awesome resources. Please check it out! http://aglutenfreefoodie.wordpress.com/2013/10/04/food-friday-new-to-allergiesintolerance/

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