To help support my mission here at Master Mom Stress, I have partnered with a limited number of affiliate merchants.
An affiliate merchant is a company that sells a product or service and agrees to pay a commission to affiliates (me) who link back to those products and services.
Basically, I refer my readers to products and services that other companies have created in exchange for a tiny commission.
When I see appropriate, I may include links to products and services to these affiliates on my blog posts or web pages. And I only recommend products and services from affiliates that I have personally used and benefited from. (If I’m going to put my name behind something, I want to make sure that it’s something that I actually agree with!)
As of right now, I’m a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.
I’m also an affiliate for Grove Collaborative.
By using this website, you understand that some links may contain tracking information (in the form of cookies) so that I can be properly compensated for my product and service recommendations.
These commissions, while individually small, add up to income that I rely on to continue to provide you with quality information.
Whenever possible, I greatly appreciate your support by using my links you find here to purchase from these companies (instead of opening a new tab and Googling the company and making a purchase that way).
The links I provide are vital to being sure I’m appropriately compensated, so please help me out by only using my links when you’re ready to make a purchase from any merchant I recommend. That is, if you wish to support me because you enjoy reading what I write for you here. Which, I hope that you do. If not, then you are free to support whomever you wish.
I just wanted to make sure you understood how affiliate marketing links work (*wink*).