The purpose of A Hippy and a Redneck is to help you learn how to live a better life in a more “country” way and to help share the methods we use in our own lives, to maintain a healthy home, relationship and more. By sharing personal stories, recipes, meal planning ideas, time management tricks, household management ideas and more, we hope to help encourage and equip you to live a better life — and to love doing it!
There are a number of costs associated with running a blog — hosting fees, stock subscriptions, and more. So sometimes when you print a coupon, download a free ebook or sign up for a freebie, I’m earning a small fee from the manufacturer or company. I also use affiliate links in posts when they are available.
But, no matter the cost or the ability to profit, both our moral code and our concern for you prevent us from doing anything that is not in your best interest, first and foremost. We don’t care what the payment will be- if we don’t see it benefiting you, we will not post it.
On occasion, we also accept opportunities to write an underwritten post, giveaway, or series. However, you can rest assured that we will only accept this type of opportunity when it is a post or series that will be helpful and valuable to y’all and is something that fits well within the lifestyle that we are longing for.
YOU are my first priority. I want you to be able to trust wholeheartedly that the content you find here at A Hippy and a Redneck is not influenced by money. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are solely our’s and we do our best to always be honest and forthright in what we share. Even if we have an unpopular opinion, you will always know that we are sharing Our Truth. (And we are always open to your opinions as well. We want to foster acceptance of our differences, not a war for which side is correct.)
If you ever have questions or concerns, please drop us an email.
We can’t please everyone, but we want to live Our Truth as much as we want you to live your OWN Truth, so we always welcome your input and constructive criticism.