This disclosure states that sometimes I partner with companies that provide experiences or products. That means I receive discounts on materials, activities, accommodations, or travel in exchange for a mention on my website. Occasionally I will get paid to promote a product, event, or travel experience.
Despite that, I give real reviews of my experiences. If I don’t like a product, I will not promote it. I tell the truth. No one dictates the contents of this website besides me. I do partnerships and promotions because I believe my reviews benefit my readers.
I do not work with companies that will compromise the integrity of this website. If they have a problem with my honest approach, we will not work together.
By receiving free or discounted items, I can support myself and continue to write valuable information for tiny housers and travelers.
You will also find affiliate links on this website, which means I receive a small commission for each item purchased. The price is the same for you, and it helps me fund this blog.
Beginning December 1, 2009, the FTC requires bloggers to provide disclosures whenever there could be hidden interests or unspoken biases related to recommendations.
Your trust is more important to me than any of these perks or discounts. That being said, adding disclaimers all over this blog would be tedious and distracting. So in order to expedite the process and make this website less clunky, please assume the following for every product and recommendation link I use: