Boring legal stuff:
This policy is valid from July 6, 2017.
This blog is my job. Therefore, it’s my livelihood. Feel me so far?
And I like to eat. That being said…
You’ll see affiliate links in some of my posts, and yes, if you purchase something through the link, I earn a (very) small commission (at the time of writing this, I have one Amazon link and have made something to the tune of $0.00). HOWEVA, I do plan on at least trying to break even every month. Therefore, I may have a slew of them depending on what stage of the game I’m in.
BEE YOU TEE…(BUT) You know I wouldn’t suggest anything I haven’t personally enjoyed myself. Because that. is. stupid.
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Although I’ve got loads of experience and have dedicated years to learning and researching the topics I write about, the information I provide is for informational and entertainment purposes only. All information provided and taken from this blog is at your own risk.
The content of my posts revolve heavily around mental and emotional health, psychology and other wellness topics. I am not providing any medical, legal, professional advice. You are reading this blog of your own free will.
When in doubt, you should seek help from a professional. Which I am not. I just play one on TV. Derp!
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I am not responsible for the privacy practices of any of my advertisers or blog commenters.
I, Jonnie Williams from Missdevelopment.com reserve the right at any time to change the focus of this blog (like how to bedazzle your apron). I also reserve the rights to edit or delete any comments submitted to missdevelopment.com without notice due to: comments deemed to be spam or questionable spam, comments including vulgarity, comments containing language or concepts that could be deemed offensive, comments that attack a group or person individually, or my mother’s stories about how I used to stick my finger in my belly button while I drank my bottle…when I was 25.
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