Welcome! I’m sure you found this page because you are curious what I do with your data here at The Inspired Holiday. Guess what?! Your data is safe with me. Here’s the official, Privacy and Cookie Policy for The Inspired Holiday. This is written to be in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation which states that I as a business owner need to make a policy clear and concise with full transparency.

Just so you know this site is run by me, Ryan. That’s it. I have no interest in holding onto your info. I’m a work at home Mama and really don’t want or have any need to store your data. Heck, I can barely store my own data. Several times a day I’m asked if I’m a robot because I’ve forgotten a password.

The only thing I collect from you here at Secrets of a Work at Home Mom is your email address. You are free to unsubscribe at anytime and as I told you in my initial email I will never, ever spam you. It’s just not my style.

Cookies. Not sure what that even means. I do love cookies but the chocolate ship variety not the store your data and use it later kind. Basically, once again you are safe with me.  If it’s an issue I know you can personally turn them off and I know this because I tend to turn mine off from time to time.

Blog Comments – in order to leave a comment on my blog you need to leave your email address. Again, I don’t do anything with that email. If you want to be part of email list, my favorite people, then you can subscribe directly.

To be fully transparent, this is a business and even if you sign up for my email address under the pretense of a free item there is a chance you will be sent an email introducing you to one of my paid products. This blog is my business so I will try to sell you something. You may simply ignore me or unsubscribe if I get too annoying or salesy. Ugh, I hope I never get too salesy. Yuck. It also takes less time to unsubscribe to my emails than it does to subscribe. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. Can ya tell I’m a Mom to a Preschooler?

I use Google Analytics and in full compliance with their data retention policy.

In a nutshell this is what I store, your name, email address, By storing your data I mean the companies I work with you storing some of your data: Paypal – for payments, ConvertKit for email and Teachable for my courses. I think they all have a pretty powerful legal team in case of anything. I can’t access your credit card information nor would I want too.

I think this covers it all. No data storage happening here at The Inspired Holiday