A couple of days ago, I mentioned that I had a secret project in the works, well if you are on the GAPShelp list with me, you already know I let the cat out of the bag there yesterday.
You may have noticed I changed the address and name of my blog. It used to be GAPS: A Food Experiment and was hosted on a subdomain on my ranch blog. I wasn't sure GAPS was going to work for me when I first started… since I know diets don't work. But you know, GAPS isn't really a diet. It is a nutritional protocol, and it does work. It is the catalyst for healing of all kinds.
Since GAPS is no longer an experiment, and we no longer have goats, it was time to make a move.
I hired Blogcrafted, and Scott did a phenomenal job. I have used Blogcrafted in the past and have always been happy with the service. He got me moved within a matter of hours and set up all my redirects so I don't lose any visitors coming to my old site.
I've been listening to every podcast interview I can find with Dr. Natasha, I always learn something new every time I hear her speak.
Then I started thinking it would be awesome to interview people who are having success on GAPS.
I sent out a few requests, and then I worked up my nerve and thought it couldn't hurt to ask Dr. Natasha if she would be interested in coming onto my show. I was so surprised and delighted when I got back word from her that she would like to do an interview with me.
I am such a lucky person! This past weekend has been a whirlwind of getting things in place, writing out a timeline for my questions. I told my husband, “It's like I was born to be a talk show host!” GRIN
Even though I've never aspired to be a talk show host, and honestly, I don't think before GAPS that I would have ever considered doing such a thing! Your brain really begins to function in a different way. Truly. Amazing and wonderful.
As I mentioned on Sunday, I wonder who I would have been without gut dysbiosis holding me back, keeping me down. I truly think doing GAPS has cleared my thinking, and I have new courage. My heart just aches for my loved ones who are experiencing the symptoms I had before GAPS. I wish I could persuade them that it could be better, so much better.
In the meantime, I am so grateful for my readers and friends here. You give me hope. At least I know that by telling my story here, some people are persuaded and I am so happy for that.
So I hope you will be able to join me for my interview with Dr. Natasha. It is this coming Saturday at 8am Arizona time (currently we are with Mountain Time – we never change time zones so I can never figure out what time it is in other states, lol). If you can't make it, no worries! I'll have the show embedded in the right sidebar of my blog, and it will also be available at the Blog Talk Radio site in the archives.