I thought about just finding a basic disclaimer, copying, and pasting it here.
But that would be too boring.
For good or bad, you stumbled upon my musings of every day life. I write from personal experience and my writing should be taken as such. While I have enough college credit to have multiple degrees, I don’t have any (yet…) I’m certainly not an expert…in anything.
All of the writin’ on this sight belongs to me and the creative muses inside my head. In stuffy legal terms, I am the legal copyright holder and you may not reprint or publish my work without my written consent.
Basically, I’m attempting to make a living at this whole writing thing, and I may use affiliate links from time to time in my posts. If you click on them, and end up making a purchase, I could gain a small commission from the purchase. No cost to you. I will never sell your personal or contact information or those annoying spam lists (I hate those assholes). I also have no control over the privacy practices of advertisers or other bloggers featured/commenting on my site. If an issue ever comes up with an advertiser/sponsor of my site, you’re gonna have to take it up with them. I’ll just end up frustrating you more with my lack of knowledge, promise.
I reserve the right (I was trying to think of a more creative way to phrase that, but it’s evading me at the moment) to change my mind. Change the blog’s theme, purpose, etc. It’s highly unlikely cause that takes too much damn time, but hey, ya know…it could happen. I’m not quite sure why it’s necessary I share that with you, but apparently, it’s necessary for bloggers to state that. I’d love to meet someone who actually got pissed about someone changing the route of their blog. Seriously, if you’re that person, email me. I really want to hear your story.
If you send me something via email, private social media (direct messages), and the like. I will always ask permission before reposting/mentioning/writing about it. Unless you post in a public way, then I’m just assuming you don’t mind it being out in the interwebs.
Anyway, now that that’s over, thanks for reading!