WIN-It-Wednesday: Glutino Food’s Twitter Party Pack

Parties are a reason to celebrate; catch up with old friends, meet new ones; and chat about hot topics and things of common interest. Parties are also a chance to munch on and try new gluten and allergen free foods. Parties are a reason to have fun.

All of these reasons are why I can hardly wait for the Twitter Party sponsored by Glutino Foods coming up this Monday, January 11th from 8-9 PM (EST).

Glutino Foods is hosting this Twitter party, and will have as a special guest, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, co-host of “The View”, fellow celiac, and author of “The G-Free Diet”. As well as me and, other sponsors include the folks over at Ian’s Natural Foods, that make all natural, organic (plus allergen-free and gluten-free!) meals for kids; and Chad Hines, from GlutenFreeFaces, the gluten-free and celiac social network. (Sound interesting? To join the party RSVP here!)

One of my all-time favorite gluten-free brands, Glutino has delicious products and they make it all… cookies, breads, bagels, pancake mixes, muffin mixes, frozen pizzas and convenient pasta dishes. It’s great that I can find Glutino products in most traditional grocery stores too – which makes life so much easier! And, as most of you know, one of my favorite snacks are the gluten-free pretzels that I dip in tangy honey mustard!

And just in time for this Twitter party, Glutino is sponsoring this week’s WIN-It-Wednesday on They are offering two (yes 2!) LUCKY BeFreeForMe members a Party Pack full of munchies and products to make any party a reason to celebrate.

How Can You Win?


Reply to this blog and tell us how you celebrate the little things in life. Also share with us your Twitter login, if you have one, and tell us if you plan on joining Glutino’s Twitter Party.  (Me? I SING Happy Birthday to all of my friends on their BIG Day, my Twitter username is @kreale, and yes, I will be at the Twitter party next Monday night!)

Good Luck, Happy Tweeting, and as always…

Be Free!

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50 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: Glutino Food’s Twitter Party Pack”

  1. Kendra Says:

    I celebrate the ‘little things’ by realizing they’re not little and calling attention to them regularly to give thanks. I thank the sun when it shines and my warm bed at night. I’m @ironkendra and will try to join the party if I’m not at work!

  2. Larc Bogdan Says:

    I teach kindergarten, and we celebrate little things by doing a “silent cheer”! We raise our arms in the air and pump them, with big smiles! Sometimes I silent cheer with my daughter to celebrate the little things!

  3. Cindy Says:

    I celebrate the little things in life by just being gratefu to Godl for all the good in my life.

  4. WENDY KNAPP Says:

    I try to find something to celebrate everyday as you never know what tomarrow will bring, so celebrate each day no matter how big or small.My 14 year old has celiac and Glutino is his favorite brand of gluten free products.

  5. Cara Says:

    I love sending e-cards to people to celebrate the little things. I will not be able to attend the twitter party. 🙁

  6. Melissa Brown Says:

    I don’t use twitter (i’m a facebook girl) and my daughter and i celebrate the little things daily with a little happy dance and high five

  7. Britta Says:

    I love to celebrate the little things in life with laughter. I feel that laughter is the best medicine and so I try and find joy every day. The friends that I surround myself with help me to see and appreciate little things as joyous occasions. It meant a lot to me over Christmas, for example, when a friend of mine from high school invited me to a New Year’s Eve party and had remembered all my food allergies and had food available for me. I wasn’t expecting that at all. Things as simple as that remind me everyday to enjoy life.

  8. Ann Anderson Says:

    I haven’t yet joined the tweeting world, but this is a great reason to start. We celebrate the little things with music. It could be with the Beetles Birthday song or anything else. We take basic tunes and make up words to fit the situation. It’s like a Who’s Line? party in the house.

  9. Debra Gowlland Says:

    I celebrate the little things in life by taking the time to enjoy them!!!

  10. sarah Says:

    I celebrate life by making everyday situations feel special. Setting the table for dinner nicely even though it’s just a regular old meal, cheering people on for doing everyday tasks, I call all family members on thier birthdays to sing them Happy Birthday (even though they would probably rather me not), I try to connect with all five of my sisters on a weekly basis, and singing makes everything better!!! My Mama always told us kids that “Happiness is not based on your circumstance, but on your attitude” and “If something isn’t fun, make it fun. You have the power to do that!” Thanks Mom. You are the wisest woman I know. And I am having fun celebrating my life.

  11. Janet LaRue Says:

    I celebrate the little things in life by positive reinforcement and praise. I try to save my money and use it when little things come around and we celebrate with a baked good or special homemade meal and lots of praise for whatever was accomplished!
    I don’t know how to Twitter and don’t understand it so I don’t have a twitter login so I can’t join the twitter party next Monday night!

  12. Gluten Free Betsy Says:

    I celebrate the little accomplishment my friends and family make with little celebrations. Making them cupcakes, a card, or a little trophy makes their day – and mine!

    I hope to be at the Twitter party. To be honest I don’t tweet much, but this event sounds too good to miss. I’m @betsybetsybetsy


  13. Susan C - AZ Says:

    I celebrate the little things in life by sharing my good news with my friends and have a little piece of high quality dark chocolate. It’s my favorite treat! Life is made sweeter with good friends and good chocolate.

  14. Paulette Schirmer Says:

    In the hectic world of two jobs, a house of 5, school, and writing – enjoying the simple things in life falls to time with family and food. Since diagnosis with Celiac the standard finger foods of crackers, meat, and cheese has taken on a new twist. No longer semi-stale wheat crackers (even the whole wheat) now the wonderful tastes of the original and multi-grain crackers adding a bit of pizazz to our meat and cheese trays. Pretzels & cheese, Pretzels & Soynut butter. Lest us not forget the fabulous wafer cookies – the one thing I couldn’t live without continues to be a small treasure in my lunch!

    Thank you Glutino!

  15. Leslie Hart Says:

    I celebrate with friends and family.

  16. Emily Says:

    I celebrate by baking, cooking and sharing my food and time with my friends and family. I used to host “soup nights” where I would make a loaf of bread (pre-GF days) and a large pot of soup and anyone was invited over for dinner. The food and company was always good.

  17. Kathy Bunn Says:

    I celebrate little things by telling my husband or a friend. It helps to acknowledge the little achievments.

  18. carrie Says:

    We celebrate good grades with a sundae party.

  19. Lewann Says:

    We just started on a life of gluten free foods 3 weeks ago! Evey day we try a new recipe we celebrate! Adding it to the good list, plus we love to bake so we found GF cake and brownies! Yummy!
    I don’t have a twitter account so I don’t think I can go to the twitter party : (

  20. Lisa Says:

    I like to bake my family members their favorite things on their special days even if I can’t eat them. I am not on twitter.

  21. Susette Says:

    I would love to win a Glutino party pack! We celebrate birthdays with cake, presents and maybe a special meal out or at home. I will not be able to join the twitter party, but my twitter name is gfsushi.

  22. Iris Koller Says:

    1. I celebrate every possible joy in life by:
    noticing it
    sharing it with others
    dancing and singing (sadly – off key, but always with JOY and ENTHUSIASM) for no reason but that it feels good
    making joy happen – having bird feeders means I will see birds; inviting friends to meet for coffee means I get to see them – friends too far away – meet for virtual coffee dates by phone or Skype.

    Twitter username: iriskoller

    I’ll be there!

  23. Cathy S Says:

    Everyday is a day to be thankful for, and to celebrate I look for the sunrise as I drive to work and say a little thank you for another day of life. Life is good, every day is precious. Enjoy every moment of it!

  24. Joy Says:

    I try to see things as if I’ve never seen or experienced them before. That means I celebrate the little things in life as new things all the time. It helps keep life from getting boring!

  25. Denise C. Says:

    We recognize those small joys that make us feel so content. Big accomplishments or celebrations, although wonderful, come sparingly. I find it’s those small joys that bring meaning to our lives: when my daughter or son passes a test from school that they were worried about, sharing a laugh with my husband, making the green lights when I’m running late, a kind word from a friend. Celebrating those small joys makes me feel blessed.

  26. Esther Says:

    I celebrate the little things in life by recognizing that all things happen for a reason – whether they are good or bad little things. For 2010 my family will embrace all that life has to offer and be thankful that we are who we are and proud of it! I work in healthcare and am constantly reminded how lucky we are to have a home, food and family and good health! I am grateful that I have celiac disease because it can be “cured” by living a GF life.

  27. Laura Says:

    I love to find the joy in little things. Like a wonderful cup of coffee, or a great book, or the peace and quiet of life returning to normal after the busy holidays. I guess just recognizing them is a bit of a celebration in itself, rather than rushing on past. Since I’ve had so many health problems in the last few years, Ive slowed down considerably. I don’t have a twitter account, but I wish you guys a great party!

  28. Karen C Says:

    I celebrate by thanking God for each blessing I recieve. I love Glutino products and i am so thankful that i can eat pizza again. And it tastes sooo good. Even my kids prefer it over regular pizza. I don’t have a twitter account but if i can set one up, i will be there!!!

  29. Linda Says:

    I celebrate the “little things” with a hersey kiss and a short note.

  30. Gwen Says:

    Though it’s considered bad, I do celebrate little things here and there with a special snack or treat. Often the snacks are Glutino pretzels with a gluten free dip!

  31. Jessica Says:

    I celebrate life everyday. I am thankful to just be alive,sometimes people forget that life is to be cherished regaurdless of the individuals situation. And i’m even more thankful for websites just as this one. It’s nice to know that whatever you’re going through there is someone else taking the time to let you know that you’re not the only one. Iguess i would have to say that i celebrate life even more in everything i do you just don’t know when or how it can all be taken from you, so live everyday as it could be your last and treat everything as though it’s something little or big to be celebrated.

  32. Eileen Says:

    I celebrate life by being thankful for what God has given me, even the difficult times. I also try to take time to just enjoy life and to laugh and love.

  33. Christine S. Says:

    I’ve forgotten to celebrate the little things. Thanks for the reminder.

  34. Kara Says:

    My boys and I celebrate life by spending time together- playing a game, cooking up a batch of something yummy in the kitchen, or singing and dancing together. (My oldest likes to have Zumba workout parties with me where we boggie down and shake our hips until we can’t move anymore:-) I stick notes in the younger son’s lunch box telling him how proud I am of him and that I can’t wait to hear about his day when he gets home. With such full schedules we celebrate the little moments we have in between all of the day to day craziness. I am constantly reminding them that life is what you make of it. I don’t tweet, so I won’t be at the twitter party, but I can’t wait to hear about how the party goes!

  35. Nicole Says:

    I celebrate special things by writing notes on the bathroom mirrors with dry erase markers. Everyone gets to see them and start their day with a smile.

  36. Marina Says:

    My funny little pug helps me celebrate the little things everyday.

  37. Christine Says:

    I celebrate every day, especially when it involves dark chocolate. 🙂
    I don’t have a Twitter, maybe I should take the plunge…

  38. Faith Pavkovich Says:

    January is a month for celebrating Birthdays for all three of my grandchildren. Gavin (4) 1.10.10, McKenna (1) 1.20.10 and Landon (2) 1.30.10 Celebrating with family and having gluten free Birthday cake every ten days is awesome. I am blessed.

  39. Stacy Says:

    I celebrate my life all the time, little things like the blue sky and the green grass make me thankful to be alive and thankful of what I do have. I will be attending the Twitter Party! I’m excited!

  40. Stacy Says:

    Whoops! My twitter name is @tehana 🙂

  41. Paula Says:

    I celebrate with my family – my Husband & Children. We play, laugh, we are silly & completely honest with each other.

  42. Sandra Rieser Says:

    It is not always easy to celebrate sometimes when life throws you tragedies, but I too find joy and smiles in the wonders of everyday nature and little things. When I was diagnosed with Celiac, 34 years ago, there was naught a product on anyone’s shelves. Now I celebrate the wonderful progress, happy shopping and delightful foods I can so enjoy without spending 8 hours in the kitchen experimenting and often failing. Bravo folks like Glutino and Ians, excellent widely distributed yummies for us all.

  43. Jenn Says:

    I celebrate the little things in life by eating gluten free foods and sharing them with everyone that I know.

  44. Erica Says:

    I celebrate the little things in life with laughter. I don’t sweat the small stuff, live each day with a smile on my face, and try to be the best person I can be.

  45. Kat Says:

    I like to celebrate the little things by sharing them with my family and friends. 🙂
    I may attend the twitter party – provided I get out of class on time. @katsgfkitchen

  46. Janet Says:

    When difficulties pile up–like have ms, celiac disease, lyme disease, and losing eyesight–I find the best things ine world are even little things that will distract me in any way. Even sorting a jar of old buttons can be a good time for me. It continues to amaze me the little tasks that will accompliah this. What most may consider valueless can save you psychologically when perceived from the right angle!

  47. pat johnson Says:

    Everyday is a gift from God and I celebrate that everyday. I also like to do things for other people to make their day special, that way I can celebrater with them. I am not a part of twitter so I will not be able to be at the party.

  48. Tam Says:

    I like to help out other people and enjoy time with my family!

  49. Dawn Says:

    Remembring my blessings in life is a daily celebration.

  50. Jennifer C Says:

    I try to spend lots of time with my family and friends to celebrate, and of course enjoy lots of gluten-free goodies. My twitter login is thecroleys and I loved the party.


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