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My integrity is very important to me, so I will only promote, accept sponsorships from, or link to products, websites, brands, and services that I use or would recommend to friends. I will not promote something if I don’t feel it is worth your time, energy, or money. Regardless of compensation, the honest opinions I offer will always be my very own–I can promise you that!
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