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• Marketing communications must be obviously identifiable as such, and
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I want you to know you can trust A Life in Practice to always be genuine with you, and will never try to trick you in any way. That is why I’ve created this page, I want as much transparency as possible with my readers to give you peace of mind, as such, here’s a little more info:
- The content of this blog is a source of income for me and therefore may be used to promote products, services, or other businesses.
- I will only choose to promote products/services/businesses that I have, in fact, used and that I feel will be beneficial to my readers. I will always, always give my genuine opinion. I would never lie about something to make a few quid as this is, in my opinion, tacky and completely unnecessary.
- Mentions of associated products/services/businesses within the content of the blog may not be noted as an affiliate in every reference, but every post which contains these affiliate links will contain a disclaimer letting you know they are there.
Amazon Affiliate links
I buy pretty much everything on Amazon. It is an obsession (probably). As such, when I happen to mention something I may have bought or like, I’ll likely throw in a link to it on Amazon just because. As mentioned above, I will only do this if I feel a product is worth it and genuinely want to share it.
Also, if you do happen to buy something I link to, I get a small commission as a thank you from Amazon. This does not cost you anything or affect you in any way, promise!
You may occasionally notice a banner advertising Amazon services. All banners contain an affiliate link, which again costs you nothing, but may benefit me with a small commission if you do decide to make a purchase.