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We have had our share of issues in Allergyland.  We’ve been through skin and blood testing for both environmental and food allergies.  We have passed and failed, miserably failed, food trials.  We’ve had scopes and testing for this, that, and the other.  I don’t say this as a “woe is me” at all.  We have […] Read more...



Over the years I have been involved in the allergy world in a variety of ways.  I have been a community host for a national forum, co-leader for a local group, and been to many in-person support group meetings and events.  I have loved reaching out to people in all these ways, which is why […] Read more...




My first FablogCon post was about the Expo and the general ins and outs of the conference.  The TealFamily and I are still making our way through samples and placing orders for new products that won us over! I think daily of things I wish I would have thought to say to people or questions […] Read more...



As I mentioned in my last post, I had the amazing opportunity to attend FABLOGCON, presented by Ms. Jenny Sprague.  I asked around in the community: if you could attend only one event all year, what would it be?  FABLOG was the answer several times.  I wasn’t sure how, but we figured out a way […] Read more...



Have you ever walked into a room and looked around and wanted to walk right back out?  You wonder “What am I doing here?”  I think it’s happened to us all at one time or another. Sometimes we just aren’t in the right place or the right time for whatever reason. It can shake you, […] Read more...



Getting laws changed. Enacting new regulations. Starting a global movement for X, Y, or Z.  These may be things you think of when you hear the word “advocacy,” and they are amazing efforts. But they are not the only ways to advocate. Not at all. There are many ways you can be an advocate, and […] Read more...



Please continue to let us know if there are places in your area who light things up for a cause and thank you all for your input!  Thanks for all your great comments too! And our winners are: Alissa and Judy.  I will be sending you an email as well.  Thanks for your tips! Read more...



We are so excited to be able to announce that Turn It Teal was chosen to participate in Prudential Centers 31 Nights of Lights.  On December 5 at approximately 5 PM, please join Miss Allergic Reactor, Allie Bah, to flip the switch to turn it TEAL for food allergies.  She would love to see as […] Read more...



      I had the amazing opportunity to attend two FAACT meetings last week.  I learned so much that I could go on and on about: the amazing resources FAACT has to offer; labeling information; the latest information on OIT and quality of life for those with food allergies. I learned more last week […] Read more...

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