Sure, I meant for it to be a bit risqué. But for me, The G-Spot is truly the ideal way to identify that place in your life where everything feels oo-la-la. Whether it’s between the sheets or two slices of bread, I recognize that everyone has different requirements to make their lives feel as well-oiled as a tin man’s armor.
After years of working to figure out what made me feel my best, I discovered that my achievement of total well-being had everything to do with what made me happy and nothing to do with what other people told me was the latest, greatest and best way to achieve health.
So, the diagnosis: I am a gluten-free, primarily vegetarian (I occasionally eat wild fish, eggs and dairy), loves-to-run kinda gal. I have Celiac disease and have dealt with hyper-sensitive allergies (environmental and food) for my entire life. I am finally accepting my semi-neurotic personality after allowing time to teach me the importance of life balance. It hasn’t always been smooth-sailing, but I have come to realize that no two spots are the same, meaning everyone’s G-Spot is different — and I’m not about to try and change that. Share advice? Sure. Sculpt a clone of me? God, please … no.
So, what’s your G-Spot Rx?
The G-Spot is a gluten-free blog that also tries its darnedest to cater to vegans, vegetarians, nut-free dudes, soy-less gals, runners, walkers or aerobics queens. If you LOVE all things health-related, then my goal is to help you find the spot where you feel your best.