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Most photos used for this website are royalty-free stock photos provided to everyone on the web by these awesome websites:
- DeathToTheStock Photography. Thank You 🙂
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- Pexels. I owe you 🙂
Without those awesome resources, this blog would not have been as good today. Thanks to their founders and contributors.
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These small commissions coupled with funds from advertising (banners) and sponsored posts are what I use to pay for the blog’s “real estate charges”.
One Last Thing:
That I get paid promoting people’s product does not (and will never) mean that I favor stores with the highest pay even if their products are crappy.
I care about you and in line with the blog’s mission, I show you only products and services that are worth your hard earned cash.
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