Here is where I have to get a little technical (my least favorite thing to do) and explain a few things! First, so I don’t get in any legal trouble. Second, so that everyone understands a bit of behind-the-scenes of running a blog!
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According to FTC guidelines, and because I love you all so much and truly value the trust you place in my opinions, here is the scoop on how this blogging thing works from my end. A.K.A. how I make money so that all of my late nights and early mornings don’t seem so crazy and my in-laws stop looking at me funny whenever “the blog” is brought up in conversation!
This blog is monetized. I use ads, affiliate links, and sponsored posts to support my blog. I want to continue to share great content and educate others about their health and wellness. To do so, I have found that I need to be compensated for my time.
Affiliate links are those in which if you click and purchase through them, I receive a small compensation. I am an affiliate with Amazon associates, among others. So if I ever link you to a product I use on Amazon, that is an affiliate link. It means that if you purchase anything on Amazon, I will get a small commission.
A sponsored post means that a company is paying me or I am receiving other compensation to write and post on my blog about their product.
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I appreciate you following along and hope this information was helpful! Blogging is a business, and I treat it like my job. A job that I love and am extremely passionate about. I wouldn’t be employed without loyal readers like you!
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