I’ve been going to Bountiful Baskets fairly regularly over the last four years. One of the best parts about it for me is that I don’t have to worry if I’m getting food my family can eat. I’ve been eating gluten free for as long as I can remember. It’s not a choice for me. It’s gluten free or sick as can be. You could definitely say I was in a rut before I tried Bountiful Baskets. My meals rotated fairly regular through the same 10 to 15 things. Simple things-relying primarily on frozen veggies like broccoli, corn, and carrots (with which ever meat was on sale that week) because I knew I could make them quickly and were pretty much guaranteed that the meals would be gluten free.
I have a pretty normal life other than that. I have 2 smallish kids (my oldest is 6, my youngest 4) and a husband that hates to cook. I teach high school English online (for NVVA), and have a degree in library science as well. Maybe one day, I’ll get a job in a library, but right now, working from home fits into my life perfectly. Our newest edition to the family was four baby chicks (Fluffy, Planecars, Princess, and Rachel). My little homestead is off to a running, or should I say “flying” start.