Blogging is about getting rich quick and making internet millions. I am planning on retiring in some exotic location in the very near future. And every time you click on one of my links or buy one of my designs, you are contributing to this dream.
Blogging is not about getting rich but is does take lots of my time and effort, and also accumulates some expense, therefore, I am working with brands, sponsors, and affiliate networks to make money, and to feed my kids, as well as my multiple rescues, while covering those nasty expenses.
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