Privacy Policy.

Personal Information Collected by

This blog collects your name/username, IP address and website URL (if you decide to leave one.) Also, non-identifiable data which includes browser information, as this allows me to see my blogs visitor statistics, this data helps me to tailor my content towards my readers and personalise your experience more effectively.

How data is protected.

This blog does not have eCommerce abilities, so you will never be asked for your payment details. Any personal information shared is protected by secured networks and can only be accessed by a restricted number of people, for whom it is compulsory to keep the information confidential. Furthermore, this website is encrypted using SSL technology.

Blog Comments

With regards to blog comments; if you decide to leave a comment this blog collects the information shown in the form, your IP address and Akismet is used to reduce spam. To learn how that data is processed you can click here. For your comment to be visible it must be approved by the administrator, once it is approved your profile picture will be visible to other users in the context of your comment. There is the option to receive notifications of follow up comments for new comments when you leave your own. You are able to opt in or out as you wish to – the default is to opt out.


These are small files found on many websites, that a website or the service provider transfer to your computer’s hard drive, through your web browser. These cookies capture and remember certain information. This blog uses cookies to collect information on your browsing behaviour. Cookies are placed on the device you are using to view the site and will remember that this device has accessed the site, and in the future if your device accesses the site again. The cookies in question do not collect your personal information, instead monitor your behaviour whilst browsing. If you decide to leave a comment, you may be opting in to save your name, email and website in cookies. This is beneficial if you plan to comment again, as you will save time as the information required is already present. These cookies will last a total of one year.

Cookies are used to help improve the site for your future visits and other visitors, this is managed by monitoring the website’s traffic and particular content success. If you wish to be warned of cookies being sent you can choose to have your computer warn you, or you can turn cookies off completely – both can be done through your browser settings.

Content from Other Websites

Due to the content of this blog, there are often links other articles, images and even videos. These websites may also use cookies, collect data, embed third party tracking and monitor your subsequent interaction with said content. This privacy policy does not apply to third party sites, they have independent privacy policies, and so has no responsibility, nor liability, for the content or activity of these linked sites.

Third Party Plug Ins

This site uses Google Analytics as well as WordPress analytics to assess traffic and visitor behaviour. If you wish to opt out you can download the Google Analytics ‘Opt Out’ browser add on. Visitor comments are checked for spam by Akismet, to find out how they use this data click here.

Data Sharing

None of the information you may have shared while accessing this website will be sold or transferred to outside parties, unless required by law or when there are giveaways in collaboration with brands. For instance, contact information could be sent to a brand so you could receive your prize. By entering any giveaway, run in collaboration with a brand, and entering any such information, you are agreeing to these terms. Collaboration with a brand will be clearly stated.

Data Retention

Any comments left, and any linked metadata, is retained indefinitely. This allows for future comment recognition and the automatic approval of follow up comments, instead of manual approval which takes longer. If a user registers on this website the personal information provided is used in your user profile. All users are able to see, edit and delete their personal information – except usernames.

Data Rights

If you have left a comment, you are within your rights to request an exported file of the personal data held about you. This does not include data kept for administrative, legal or security purposes.

This privacy policy was last updated on the 11th of February 2021.

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