FTC Disclosure Statement

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is cracking down on websites, TV commercials, and other advertising media. One of the primary goals of the FTC is to make it crystal clear when people who recommend a product or service earn money from doing so.

The FTC has established new rules requiring that everyone--including individual website owners like me--disclose when and how they are compensated.

This site is my personal site. It accepts advertising and other forms of compensation. Such compensation does not influence the information in this site. I always give my honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences.

"Ads by Google" are not selected by me, but I do earn some money when you click on them (from Google, not the owner of the advertised product or service). Those sponsored clicks help to cover the expenses of operating this website. If you see a Google ad and a Web page about the same product or service, it is a coincidence.

I only accept non-Google sponsorships from providers of high-quality goods or services. I appreciate their recognition and support of this site.

Some (very few) of the links within the content on this site are affiliate links, which means that if you click on one and end up buying the product or service mentioned, I may earn a commission.

Rest assured that the actual content on sponsored pages is independent of any sponsorship or affiliate relationship.

Please do support my sponsors and recommendations. This site requires time, effort and money to deliver original content, free, to you. Supporting my sponsors is a WIN-WIN-WIN for you, me, and them.

If you have any questions, please contact me.

Thank you very much!

Alison Kelly.

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