Let’s all just be nice to each other, ok? Really, the online world can be such a harsh place, as it is one where anonymity can sometimes cause people to behave in ways they might not behave in person. This should be a community where we encourage and uplift one another, not tear down and criticize one another. We are all in this together. Let’s show grace to one another and be intentional about expressing our opinions and ideas respectfully.
The purpose of Margin Making Mom is to help you find margin in your life, whether in finances, personal life, your family, your home, or your kitchen. I hope to show you ways to simplify these aspects of your life and bring value to you in doing so. My number one priority is to maintain high standards of integrity as I deliver quality content to you in an accurate and fair way.
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I will always give my honest opinion, whether or not I am receiving compensation to do so. I do not want to compromise my integrity or fairness to my readers in order to simply make a quick buck. My readers are very important to me and I want you to know that you can trust that I am striving to have your best interests in mind and seeking to do my best to be honest and forthright in every post.
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Copyright and Sharing
I’m honored that you want to share something you found on my site! I personally believe that sharing is caring, and the point of having a blog is to share inspiration and ideas. To that end, if you would like to share one of these recipes on your own site as part of a round-up style post, please do so! When sharing, please appropriately cite the source where you found the recipe, as well as the original source if applicable. Please keep in mind that all images and text on this site are property of Margin Making Mom. If you are creating a round-up style post, feel free to use one image from the article and link back to that post. Other uses of photos are unauthorized without prior permission. Pinning is always welcome and appreciated! Thank you!
A Note on Citation and My Sources
My goal with Margin Making Mom is not to create original recipes (there are plenty of other awesome bloggers who do that extremely well!). I aim to share the recipes that our family has enjoyed and the recipes that have simplified my time in the kitchen. I’m just a regular mom who wants to make easy and tasty food for her family. My hope is that you and your family can enjoy these recipes as well!
From time to time, I may post a recipe that I actually did create. But the majority of the recipes on this site are inspired by, adapted from, or a derivative of other recipes. In some cases, there may be no tweaking of the original recipe if it suited our needs and preferences perfectly. These recipes may be from old family cookbooks, commercial cookbooks or magazines, or from the Internet. Because I wholeheartedly believe in giving credit where credit is due, I make it a point to list my sources on each recipe post. If I did not create the recipe, the source will be listed.
These policies are subject to change at any time at our discretion and were last updated on July 10, 2017.
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