Affiliate Disclosure

I earn commissions from products I review or happen to mention in blog posts on this site.  I also earn money by using affiliate links to other sites that pay a referral commission.  These are a couple of ways that I make a living from blogging.

I want to remain honest with you, so I am going to state that I am an affiliate marketer in addition to writing articles and reviewing products.  You can expect to see affiliate links on this website.  I receive a commission if you purchase a product after clicking through on my affiliate link.

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