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Welcome to Fancy That!

I've had this blog for a few years now and when you take a look around you can probably figure out a couple of things - I'm gluten intolerant, I really enjoy food, and I love sharing that with readers. I wouldn't call myself a food blogger, though. I tend to focus a lot on product reviews and those products tend to be food. I also have reviewed electronics, home and kitchen items, and gift ideas.  I also tend to talk a lot about coffee too.

Be sure to take a look at my gluten-free food section to see if any product catches your eye that you may want to try for yourself (and let me know if you do!).

I am constantly updating my site, adding new content, and trying to think of new ways to reach people. If you want me to review your product, send me an email to fancythatblogger@gmail.com and let me know what you have in mind. I also accepted sponsored posts, sponsored giveaways, and also sponsored social media shares.

Are you gluten-free and want to suggest something to me? or are you interested in partnering with my blog in some way? I would love to hear your ideas! Send me an email to fancythatblogger@gmail.com.

Thank you and happy reading!

Nicole





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  1. Wow, this is so refreshing, and you remind me of me. Let me look over your site a little more and I'll reach out via video conference. Would that work for you? We can just talk about your services and in particular, what you can do for my client.

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    1. Definitely feel free to reach out to me soon via email!

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