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with wine in franceWant to share with us about your relationship, give us some feedback, or ask a question? We’d love to hear from you! We’re always interested in stories of couples creating fantastic lives together, how you making it happen, or the challenges you may be facing in the pursuit of “happiness ever after”. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Warren: wtalbot (at) marriedwithluggage (dot) com


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The FTC requires that bloggers disclose whenever there could be hidden interests or unspoken biases when a blogger writes about a particular subject.  Our readers are a smart and practical bunch, so you won’t be surprised by any of the following:

Affiliate links: If we recommend something and there is an affiliate program, we would be stupid not to avail ourselves of it.  What that means is that if we recommend a book or product to you and include an Amazon link that you use to purchase, we will make a few cents off your purchase.  Will we recommend tons of books and encourage you to buy  in hopes of making a few bucks?  Um, no.  The same holds true of any other product we recommend.  If we wouldn’t use it, we won’t be recommending it to you even if it would benefit us financially.

If you’re worried about our income, you should be buying our books instead. :)

Advertisers/Sponsors:  When this happens, you’ll clearly see an ad to show it is an advertiser/sponsor.  We sometimes get steep discounts or free items from companies who want us to test their gear or have our photographs taken using/wearing it. You’ll always know when this happens because we’ll identify them as a sponsor. 

In short, please know that we’re not trying to scam you and the FTC wants to make sure that you know that.  We won’t be taking press trips to locations we wouldn’t travel to on our own or provide fake endorsements for products we don’t believe in so we can become secretly wealthy. We’d rather become publicly wealthy by selling the books and courses we create ourselves. 

There, we’re glad we got that all straight.