Affiliate Disclosure Policy

FTC guidelines require the disclosure of affiliate relationships that result in the generation of revenue. Therefore, the below is the affiliate disclosure policy, as well as a report of the affiliate relationships that are a source of potential revenue for practical-self-help.com.

When you purchase an item that is linked in a recipe (or elsewhere) on practical-self-help.com by clicking a link to the vendors listed below, practical-self-help.com may receive a small commission. This does not result in an increase of the sales price of that product to you.

I link to products that I have personally used, or, if I use a product that I purchase from a local vendor, here in Texas, not online, I may choose to link to a similar product so that my readers have the option, as well as pertinent information regarding that product. Many readers ask where I purchase various “hard-to-find” ingredients, and other products. To assist their needs and provide answers to this commonly asked question, I provide links. Readers are encouraged to purchase any item from any vendor that best meets their needs, and not to limit themselves to the links provided on this website herein.

As practical-self-help.com has grown, costs associated with its hosting, running, and maintenance have increased significantly. Revenues from affiliate links help to defray operational expenses.

The following companies and practical-self-help.com are engaged in affiliate relationships:

  • Amazon

Many thanks to those readers that choose to support the site by using the provided affiliate links!