A2A Disclaimers & Policies

AFFILIATE LINKS

In accordance with FTC and various affiliate programs I participate in, and in the spirit of being transparent to my readers, I am disclosing that I do often include affiliate links in my blog posts. An affiliate link is a link to a product or service that I promote, and that if a reader clicks and purchases, I receive a commission on that purchase. I do not however, ever promote a product or service that I do not love or did not try myself. I only chose to share links with my readers that I love and have used and believe they too may want to try. If you have any questions in regards to my affiliate links, please contact me HERE.

One Affiliate program I participate in is Amazon Affiliates and as part of that program I must include the following statement on my website: “Kendra Tarr is a participant in the Amazon.com.ca, Inc. Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.ca.”

TERMS, CONDITIONS, COPYRIGHT, PERMISSIONS & COMMENTS

Readers, by using this website, you are indicating your acceptance and agreement to the following terms and conditions. If you do not agree and accept the following information, please refrain from using this website.

(1) Copyright & Trademark – This website and all the information it contains, including, but not limited to, articles, blog posts, designs, photographs, opinions and logos (“Protected Content”) are the property of  the Adjusting to Adulthood website and is protected from unauthorized use, copying, distribution and dissemination by Copyright law, trademark law, and other intellectual property laws. All rights reserved. You may not use our Protected Content without Kendra Tarr’s (AKA “Adjusting to Adulthood”) written consent.

(2) Privacy Policy – Your privacy is important. Any information collected on this website will not be sold or shared with third parties. Adjusting to Adulthood never collects personal information (such as name and email address) except if the reader specifically and knowingly provides the information (for example, if a reader asks to be contacted, or subscribe to services). Any information provided is used solely for the purpose stated. The Adjusting to Adulthood website may use “cookies” to collect information, but the generic information that is collected by cookies is used only to assist in statistical purposes. This website may also contains links to other websites Adjusting to Adulthood is not responsible for the privacy policies of third-party websites.

(3) Comments Policy – By posting or commenting on this blog, you agree to the policy below. Please keep all comments respectful, clean, and related to the content of the post. The Adjusting to Adulthood blog is a place for connecting and sharing information and I encourage questions, ideas, and opinions on posts as long as all comments are not offensive, inappropriate, defamatory, or hurtful. Adjusting to Adulthood reserves the right to remove any comments it believes to go against this policy.

(4) Permissions Policy

What you can do:

  • Printing – print posts/content off my site for non-commercial use (up to 15 copies only). You can do this as long as you include the following copyright notice: “© Adjusting to Adulthood All rights reserved. Originally published at www.adjustingtoadulthood.com. ” If you would like to use my posts or any content found on my website for commercial use, please contact me directly here.
  • Re-posting – you can re-post a blog post as long as it is a summary of the blog post with a link back to the original post on Adjusting to Adulthood.
  • Linking – you can link to the Adjusting to Adulthood website or any of my public posts. I always appreciate links 🙂

What you cannot do:

  • Re-post my content without linking back to the original post or providing credit to the Adjusting to Adulthood website. Especially not word for word.
  • Alter, sell, or change any of the content from this website without first receiving written permission.

 

 

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