An affiliate link is the code that I put in a link to a product or service that I talk about on my site. It has my unique code so IF you click through my link and IF purchase something I may receive a small commission. Please realize this costs you nothing but blesses me and helps me continue blogging and providing free resources.
I am beyond grateful to you when you choose to use my referral/affiliate links.
Simply Squared Away was started from my passion to help other women simplify and organize their lives. My goal is to share information related to simplifying and organizing your home, your routines, and your business. In addition, I share some personal stories from my life.
My integrity as a blogger, and your trust in what I teach and promote, is extremely important to me. Because I value your trust, I ONLY promote products that I personally use, believe in, or genuinely recommend. I treat my readers as friends and would only recommend products, books, and services that I would recommend to my best friend.
The rest of this is here because legally I’m told it needs to be. 🙂
Per Federal Trade Commission’s regulation – 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising – this is a full disclosure of how I am compensated in order to keep all the content of my blog free but still be able to pay all the costs associated with it.
Simply Squared Away takes your privacy seriously.
We are not responsible for republished content from this blog on other blogs or websites without our permission.
Although I do not have third party ads on my site at this time, I may decide to in the future. The following privacy disclosures relate to third party ads, the Amazon Associates program, affiliate advertiser partnerships and other general information.
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