I started this blog because I love to share my ideas, reflections, and resources with people. Sometimes these resources are so fantastic that I become an affiliate with the company, meaning that if I share a link with you, and you click it and purchase something, I get a bit of the profit.
So, when you’re clicking and following links, please know that sometimes I’ll get a kickback and sometimes I won’t. Either way, thanks for reading and trusting my opinions enough to check out what I’m loving!
Also, if I ever chose to write a sponsored post (i.e. I get paid to write a post about someone’s product) you can be sure that I will let you know.
No matter what, I always give honest opinions and feedback on whatever products I choose to share with you all. If I don’t like something, you’ll know ;).
All content here on Learning to Love is copyrighted, and may not be reprinted in full anywhere else without my written consent.
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