Legal schmegal stuff that needs to be written down:
***I, Natalie Tanner, edit the blog.
**I only write reviews of things I have experienced and like. I do not post negative reviews. Why? Well, there is enough negative stuff in the world and I like what my mom taught me, “If you can’t say anything nice, then don’t say anything at all.” So, if I don’t like it and wouldn’t use it myself then I choose not to review it.
** You can trust that I only give my honest opinion – if I paid for it and if I didn’t.
**Sponsored posts are posts about an experience that someone offered to me in exchange for writing about it. Some of the posts are sponsored and some are not. The posts that are sponsored will have the words, “Sponsored post” right up at top of the page.
I am an amazon affiliate.
This means that if you click on a link from my website to Amazon I will get a small commission. The amount isn’t enough to even buy a soda from the machine with, but it does help the blog stay up and running. My opinions are mine alone and are real – I would never sell my soul and say something I didn’t mean – for any amount of money.
Amazon likes bloggers to use the following disclosure statement – which, in this form, is something only lawyers can understand.
Amazon Affiliate disclosure:
“Natalie Tanner is 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 www.theeducationaltourist.com .”