I only use affiliate links for products or services that I love and use. If you click on an affiliate link and purchase a product I may be compensated. This does not increase the amount that you pay for an item or service, should you choose to purchase it through an affiliate link. I use these links because I spend a lot of time working on my blog and the links are one way I can earn revenue. These links appear in posts where they are relevant and I feel like they would benefit the reader.
I am part of the Booking.com Affiliate Partner Programme. This means that if you click on the banner ad in my sidebar or on a Booking.com affiliate link on my website, I could earn a commission if you chose to purchase services from them. I always include a link to this disclosure page when I use affiliate links in order to be fully transparent.
If you click on any referral links to CurrencyFair on my site then you and I will both receive €30 and a free transfer (if you make a transfer of €400 or more). This is the only transfer service I have used to send money between my US and German bank accounts and I highly recommend it as a cheap, quick, and secure way to send money. I always mark these links as affiliates and/or referral links and typically include a link to this disclosure page when I use them in order to be fully transparent.
If you sign up for Airbnb using my referral link you will get $35 off your first trip and I could receive a travel credit up to $110 at no extra cost to you.
I display ads on my website via Media Nexus Network. They are an ad network who specializes in working with bloggers. They work on a CPM model which means that every time someone views an ad on my site I will generate revenue.
This page was last updated on March 16, 2017.