Disclosure policy

whatmummythinks-disclosure policy

What Mummy Thinks is my own personal blog and is written and edited by myself, Michelle. All posts are my own thoughts and opinions and I am not influenced by any external factors. I sometimes have guest bloggers who write for me but I always retain editing rights. This blog also accepts forms of paid for advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation.

This blog was set up mainly as a review blog to help other parents find the best product for them on the market. The reviews will include items that have been purchased by myself, been given to us from friends/family as well as product samples that have been sent to me for the purpose of review. All of my reviews are my own thoughts and I will always be 100% honest about the products I try.


Review Post where a product was given to me for the purpose of the post will have this image at the end of the review:

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A Sponsored Post or Collaborative Post where I have been paid to write something about a particular brand or product will have this image displayed at the end of it or the words ‘This is in collaboration with’:

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Any sponsored do-follow links will remain live for 12 months unless penalties are incurred where they will be changed to no-follow.

What Mummy Thinks participates in the Amazon EU Assosiates Programme, an affiliate advertising programme.

Giveaway Terms and Conditions

From time to time, What Mummy Thinks will have the opportunity to host giveaways or competitions with you, the reader. For each competition held, I post specific T&Cs at the bottom of the competition page including specific details of the prize and closing date as well as What Mummy Thinks’ generic terms and conditions.

What Mummy Thinks will ask the winner(s) to provide a mailing address and or contact details to pass over to the relevant PR in order to claim their prize. This is for the sole purpose of arranging delivery. Your details will not be passed on to third party agencies.

The winner(s) agree to the use of their name(s) to be listed as the winner on the competition page. Any personal data relating to the winner(s) or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation.

Once the competition date have ended, all information held will be deleted.


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Information I collect

This blog may collect the following information:

Your Name

Your Contact information, such as an email address.

This information will be used for internal record keeping, and to allow What Mummy Thinks to send you promotional emails about content on the site you might find interesting. This information will never be shared with a third party without your express consent, unless I am required to do so by law.

Further information

If you have previously agreed to What Mummy Thinks using your personal information then you can change your mind at any time by emailing us at whatmummythinks@gmail.com . You may also request a copy of any data held about you by What Mummy Thinks under the Data Protection Act 1988. Such requests should be submitted to whatmummythinks@gmail.com . A small charge may be made for providing this information.

This Policy is valid from 21st January 2014 and was last updated 04th May 2018.


  1. Michelle Shirley says:

    Hi Michelle (snap!), wondered if you’d be interested in reviewing our children’s clothing website. Lots of lovely items to choose from so if anything catches your eye please let me know. Look forward to hearing from you!


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