Honesty Is Important

There are few things you should know about me and my blog. I feel like honesty is important when it comes to blogging. 

Honesty Is Important

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Ready for the legal stuff?

*DEEP BREATH* …here we go:

By reading my blog, BreaGettingFit, any and all information provided here or taken from my blog is at your own risk. I am not responsible for how you use the information and opinions that I provide. Know that you are reading my blog of your own free will.

Unless otherwise noted, I, Brea, am the legal copyright holder of all material on this blog and others cannot reprint or publish said material without my written consent. If you’d like to use something that I’ve published, please review my copyright and reprint policy. I’m nice, I promise.

Additionally, I’m not a doctor.  

Nor am  I a nurse.  This also means that I’m not a pharmacist, biologist, hematologist, zoologist, or a even a dentist.   There are NO capital letters after my name.

The information contained on this website is not meant to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products on this site are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using these products.

Information found on this site should not be relied upon to determine dietary changes, a medical diagnosis or courses of treatment. Individual articles and information on other websites are based upon the opinions of the respective authors, who retain copyright as marked.

In a nutshell: All information provided on this site is for entertainment purposes only and I am not providing medical, legal or other profession advice. You, as a reader, agree that you are reading and/or using any of the information found on my website and/or blog at your own risk.

That being said…I do LOVE to research.  I look to online journals (including medical ones), medical books, peer-reviewed journals, and personal interviews to gather information about topics pertaining to women’s health, family (including children), and exercise.

Again, When In Doubt, Please Call Your Doctor!

The information found on this site is meant for educational and informational purposes only. I do hope that it motivates and encourages you to take charge of your own health and dietary choices based upon your own research and in partnership with your healthcare provider.

I cannot give you any medical advice. Nor can I diagnose anything. I can’t tell you why your ankle or wrist hurts. So please, if you have a medical question, seek someone with a medical degree.

I reserve the right to change the focus of my blog, shut it down, sell, or change the terms of use at my own discretion.

This Blog Provides An Income for My Family

This blog is a huge part of the reason that I’m able to work from home.

As much as I truly love doing what I do (testing workouts, writing, researching, and interacting with y’all ), it’s very time-consuming.

In fact, this blog eats up time that I could be spending taking my kids out to the park, or to an art class, spending time with Ish, or doing dishes exercising.

It became abundantly clear when I had Smalls that I either needed to figure out how to work from home or find a daycare.  I decided to give this blog and my Virtual Assisting career a shot.  And I’m so thankful I did. 

So, to be 100% upfront and completely honest with you, let me share the ways this blog provides a secondary income for my family:

1. Affiliate Income

Occasionally when I’m discussing a particular product, I’ll use a special link that gives me what you might call a “finders fee” for referring readers (like you) to a particular website.

Please assume every outward link on this website is an affiliate link.  If it isn’t then I’ve definitely messed up somewhere.

Using an affiliate link does in no way cost you money but it does put food on my table.

2. Sponsors

Sometimes companies will pay me to write a sponsored post about a product or service. If a post is sponsored, it will say so right up front.

Friends don’t let friends do fake endorsements. 

Suggesting you spend your hard earned money on something I wouldn’t buy for myself or give as a gift is just not my style.

Companies who sponsor me to write take my opinions at their own risk. I’m not going to pretend your “Wobbly Board” is a good product unless I actually think it is. See how that works?

3. Advertising

Some of the advertising you see on the site is paid for by the companies that you see advertised. Just like sponsors, these companies purchase space on my site and provide their ad for a specified time.

Now, I am a bit picky about what I advertise. If I wouldn’t use the product or give it as a gift, you won’t see it advertised here. But I might link to something I haven’t tried if it looks good.

Additionally, I am not responsible for the actions of my advertisers or sponsors. If you purchase a product or service based upon a link from this blog, you must take action with that exact company to resolve any issues, not with me.

Companies interested in sponsoring posts or advertising should drop me a line, and we’ll get to know each other. I’m sure we’ll get along just fine.


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