My Disclosure Policy

This policy is valid from March 24, 2012.

This is a blog written and edited by me, Janelle. This blog accepts cash advertising, sponsorship, sponsored posts and 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.

The purpose and mission of this blog is to help you “stretch your buck” in every way possible, in order to live a gluten-free life that is also debt-free, and also to be able to give freely and generously to help others.  This is especially hard while living the gluten free lifestyle, and I want to help whenever possible, as many people helped me in those terribly difficult first few months.

That being said, I will never attempt to “sell” you anything.  I will, however, post deals that I perceive to be good. It will be up to you if you will choose to participate in them.

When I first started following several savings blogs, I was not aware that they earned income through their blog. However, when I began blogging on my own, I soon became aware that there are many potential income opportunities. At first I felt a little betrayed, but quickly realized how much time and energy it takes to track down deals, research and battle technical issues (and they are frequent!) and even how much it costs to build and maintain a personal blog. Due to all these factors, I am extremely thankful for the income that my blog provides, as it enables me to put my heart and soul into this blog and still be at home with my children. In reality, it has become a full-time job (easily 40 hours a week, probably more!), so I am thankful that it also provides an income for my family. Let me explain how I earn income from this blog:

There may be times when I post deals using “referral links” or “affiliate links”, which reward me monetarily when you click on them.  There may also be times that I earn a small commission or payment when you print a coupon or participate in a particular deal, or receive a product or “credit” to a company in return for your participation in a deal.  I will NOT, however, post these items purely for the compensation.  If I do not feel it is a great deal for my readers, it will not get posted. Please bear in mind, however, that I have many readers in different situations in life, so what may be a good deal for one person may not be for your family. For example, pre-made food from a gluten-free online store may be perfect for one person at half price, while another family might be able to create the same item in their kitchen for a fraction of the cost.

Rather than cluttering up each post with statements about each affiliate/referral link, I have included an affiliate disclosure link at the end of each post for your reference.

I believe in honesty much more than money, so you can be assured that I will do the best I can to help you get the best deals possible, and I will NEVER promote a product I don’t believe in, just to make money.  You will always have my honest opinion.

Also, please be aware that referral and affiliate links inherently carry the possibility of cookies and/or other means of tracking.  For further information regarding privacy, please see my Privacy Policy here.

Any questions, please contact me!  If you are concerned about the integrity of a post, I welcome your questions!

Janelle (Gluten Freely Frugal)

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  1. Vicky Ables says:

    I have gluten intolerance and borderline diabetes. If I eat gluten products I take monster headaches and my sugar level goes all crazy. I have been trying to get all this under control when I had to have knee surgery. My husband was great however, he didn’t buy gluten-free products when he bought groceries. While they were doing my surgery they realized that I also have arthritis in that knee. I read in a book on arthritis today that there is a connection between gluten intolerance and arthritis. I think that is amazing. I am trying to follow all the guidelines but gluten-free is so expensive.

  2. I wanted to enter the xanthium gum give away, I do subscribe to your newsletter. There isn’t any form to fill out.????

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