Today’s National Health Blog Posting Month prompt is to talk about the awesomeness of our individual communities.
Let me tell you: I have had SO much fun joining Twitter. I haven’t had an account for long, because I didn’t see a reason for it. Now that I have a business, though, there are SO many great people to connect with!
I love the gluten-free community. It seems that we all want to make each other’s lives better, richer, easier and as “normal” as possible. We all have different talents, but we all chip in. We’re online a LOT. So many people are coming up with recipes like there’s no tomorrow, and they share. People take pictures, tweet tips, offer love and support. When you’re having a bad food day, or it seems like you’re alone and going to be left out forever, we can understand that. It doesn’t matter whether they live by me or not — someone else understands. They’ve been there, too.
We research and post our findings. We blog. We call companies. We stand up for each other. We sign petitions. We help people find each other, because the more, the merrier!
Connecting with the gluten-free community via Twitter has enriched my life so much, and I couldn’t have predicted that.
Thanks, everyone. Much love.