I’m bad at keeping secrets, and I’m even worse at lying. This is part of the reason why I’m letting you know I use affiliate links. The other part is because…morals, you know?
If you’re reading my blog, you may come across links to products I recommend. Some of these links are affiliate links that allow me to make a commission for any purchases you make. Don’t worry, there is no extra cost or fee to you if you click on and use one of these links.
I try my hardest to specify which links on my site are affiliate links, but I’m human. I can be forgetful at times, and even still I make mistakes. For this reason and for a piece of mind, it’s best to assume that any links leading to a product or service are affiliate links.
Being that this blog is geared towards zero waste, I will always suggest that you first use what you already have, buy pre-loved, or borrow when possible. That being said, I understand that in order to remain a properly functioning human, sometimes we just gotta get new stuff.
Remember earlier when I said I was a bad liar? This holds true for product recommendations. If I try something and don’t like it, I won’t recommend it. I may mention it and tell you I don’t like it, but my gut physically will not allow me to tell you I like something when I don’t. All opinions on anything I recommend are completely my own, and if I share them with you, it’s because I feel like they could add value to your life and zero waste journey.
If you’ve made it this far, first I have to ask, why? Who actually reads these things? Anyways, I’m glad you made it this far and took the time out to see how things work around here. Like I said, It’s important for my psyche that I’m completely transparent with you. If you don’t like me, I get it. You can’t make everyone happy. Please support those that you like and feel comfortable supporting. If you do like me, thanks so much for showing support and allowing me to keep this internet thing going! I really appreciate it!!
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