Updated Aug. 11, 2018
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My goal at FeedingOurFlamingos.com is to provide tips, tutorials, and hacks for moms who are struggling to get healthy food on the dinner table because of time restraints. I cover topics like meal planning, kitchen organization, easy recipes, and food prep.
The information you see on this site and in emails from me is free to readers and subscribers, but represents countless hours of time and research for me. For this reason, I feel compensation is appropriate. It’s also necessary in order to offset all the overhead costs it takes to run this blog, including, but not limited to, website hosting, my email service provider, and any graphic design tools.
I currently accept advertising on this site. Please do the appropriate research before participating in any third party offers. You are not obligated to click on any link or buy any products that are advertised.
I also participate in some affiliate programs, including the Amazon affiliate program (more details below) and Plan to Eat. All reviews and opinions of products for these affiliates are my own. I may receive a commission if you choose to use links located throughout the site and purchase products from these affiliates.
Both advertising and affiliate programs allow me to put my time and energy into the growth and upkeep of FeedingOurFlamingos.com as well as emails for subscribers.
You have my word, I will only promote products I personally use or can recommend without hesitation.
Integrity is important to me. Gaining and keeping the trust of you, my readers, is paramount.
What I do & don’t promote
I try to look at potential promoted products/services through the eyes of a customer. I ask myself if I would pay for it. After all, if I don’t think it’s worth paying for myself, I’d better have a really good reason to convince you to buy it.
- The majority of the products or services I promote I have paid for personally. One example would be Plan to Eat.
- Sometimes I promote products I have used personally without paying for. For example, I may link to books on Amazon, which I may not have bought but checked out from the library (always my first recommendation). I still feel comfortable recommending these via an affiliate link.
- Sometimes I will promote a product I am not currently a paying customer for, but have been a paying customer in the past. This is likely because my needs have changed, not because it’s a poor product.
- Very rarely I will promote a product I have not paid for but comes highly recommended by people I trust.
What is an affiliate link/referral link?
Sprinkled throughout this site and in emails you will see references to my use of affiliate links or referral links. These references are called disclosures and are a requirement as put forth by the FTC here in the U.S.
They are there to inform you I have a relationship with a particular product or service and if you choose to purchase that product or service via my affiliate link, I will get a small commission. Of course, this is at no extra cost to you, but it does help keep my candle burning so I can keep bringing you great tips! I truly appreciate your support in this way. Thank you.
Amazon Affiliate Program
FeedingOurFlamingos.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
Additional legal stuff to make sure things are covered
This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. This blog may accept forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation.
The compensation received may influence the advertising content, topics or posts made in this blog. That content, advertising space or post may not always be identified as paid or sponsored content.
This blog does not contain any content which might present a conflict of interest.