Monday, April 09, 2012

Interview over at Gaps Diet Journey

So a few weeks ago I received an email.  It came from Starlene, who writes over at GAPS Diet Journey. Her blog was one of the first one's I came across, writing about the diet.  I was in full research mode, trying to read all I could about other people's experiences.  So it came as a surprise, a delighted surprise, to see an email from her asking if she could interview me on our family's experience with the GAPS diet.  We chatted this past weekend.  It went well, I had a lot of fun talking with her.  We had a lot in common.  I learned a few more things as well.  She passed along an awesome pizza crust recipe (GAPS legal) that we tried out yesterday.  Yes, we did have pizza for Easter.  It was wonderful, though I do feel bad that we were lacking any sort of tradition for this holiday.  I need to get on the ball with that, you know, before all the kids leave home.  Sigh. 

Anyways, on to the interview.  You can check it out HERE.  Starlene wanted to know how a large family managed GAPS.  By the way, she happens to be the oldest of seven :-) 


Starlene said...

Hi Kerri! I loved the time we spent together chatting about your family's experience on GAPS so far! I'll be thinking of you all as you get everything tidied up and just wanted to ask if you have ever tried Sidetracked Home Executives organization system - I guess the more popular and updated version is Fly Lady. :-) I have tried on and off for years to get more organized and it is definitely a challenge for me. When I can keep up with Fly Lady things start looking pretty good around here. :-) Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Hi Kerri!

I found your blog after listening to your interview with Starlene. I also have seven children, homeschool, and have been on the GAPS diet for one year. I enjoyed your interview and also what I have read of your blog. When we went on intro, it was like we had 9 people PMS ing X 15!!! But we have been soooo blessed with the results of GAPS. It has been life changing. One of the burdens I have now is watching other people suffer with illnesses that I know GAPS could help. All we can do is plant seeds.


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...