AA 050: Jackie Aanonsen McEwan from Gluten Free Follow Me

In this episode, I sit down with Jackie Aanonsen McEwan, founder of Gluten Free Follow Me! Gluten Free Follow Me is a website that features over 2,000 eateries throughout the world, highlighting the gluten-free items each menu offers. Jackie also blogs about her favorite gluten-free products and shares her own gluten-free recipes on her website! Jackie discusses what it was like to jump from a job in finance to building her own brand, the differences between California and New York, and how she manages the entrepreneurial lifestyle. We discuss stigmas that come along with blogging and the differences for men and women in the workplaces. Jackie also shares her personal story about how she found out she has Celiac, how she dealt with it, where gluten is hiding, her favorite places to eat, and more.

Be sure to check out Jackie’s website, GlutenFreeFollowMe.com! You can also find her on Instagram (@glutenfree.followme), Twitter (@GlutenFreeFM), and Snapchat (@jackieaanonsen)!

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