Affiliate Disclosure

In compliance with FTC guidelines, please assume all links and posts on this website are affiliate links, which means I earn a small commission from the sale of certain items.

I am a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, which is an advertising program designed for websites to earn advertising fees by linking to amazon.com. So, pages on this blog may contain affiliate links to Amazon. If you purchase something, I may make some coffee money to fuel this little blog.

What are affiliate links?

Some of the links on my blog are affiliate links, which means a tracking code is used and I make a small commission on the sale of any items you purchase through one of those links. The price of the item is the same if you use the link or not. Using affiliate links simply helps me to keep this blog running.

If I post an affiliate link to something, it’s a product I personally use and would recommend. Unless I note otherwise, any product I link to is one I actually use.

An example of affiliate links in action

If I link to my favorite water bottle, peanut butter, dog toy, shower cleaner, or another item I link to from Amazon, I will earn a small commission (usually less than $1.00) if you buy something through one of those links.

Affiliate relationships

While I personally use each product I link to, these are bought from third party companies and I have no control or financial interest in these companies other than an affiliate relationship. With that said, I can’t promise anything purchased through a link on livingmyfullife.com is shipped in a timely manner, packaged properly, or that you will personally be satisfied with it. If you have concerns with a product purchased through a link on this blog, it should be directed to the company through whom you purchased the item.

Questions?

If you have any questions regarding affiliate links and disclosure, feel free to contact me or read the full FTC Endorsement Guide.

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