I just want to share some legal stuff that will hopefully give you peace of mind about using my website. So here goes:
Your information is safe with me!
I will also collect your name and email address (if you want me to) in order to send you my blog’s freshest content, and occasionally a personal email newsletter. I will not give or sell your info to anyone! You may unsubscribe from these emails at any time using the link at the bottom of any email. The same goes if you subscribe to a comments thread.
Links and ads make me money.
Practically Possible is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to advertise and link to Amazon.com. When you click on a link or ad and make a purchase on Amazon.com through that link, I may receive a small commission. Using this link will not cost you any extra, but it allows me to get paid for blogging! (So thanks!)
I’m not responsible for outside sites.
Within my post content, I may also link to outside sites. Practically Possible is not responsible for those sites – they have their own privacy statements and disclaimers, and you should read them if you want to make sure they are using your information responsibly.
I am not an expert!
And finally, I am not an actual expert on any of the topics I cover on this blog. The information and advice given is merely meant to give you ideas that you can then choose to use or ignore. Before doing anything that could potentially harm your health, your finances, or any of the relationships in your life, please seek the advice of a licensed professional.
Changes or questions?
If these policies ever change, I will update it here, but you may not be notified of these changes.
If you have any questions or concerns about these policies, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whew! Thanks for getting all the way through that!