The Recessionista website at www.TheRecessionista.com is a personal opinion blog written and edited by the author, Mary C. Hall. This blog accepts paid advertising, sponsored articles & giveaways, brand ambassadorship, paid insertions, and other forms of compensation–and this will always be clearly disclosed each post. where that is the case via the label Sponsored Post on the title.
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Accepting these products and/or services is used only for experience-based reviews on the site. If I haven’t tried your product, I can’t write about it. If you send products or samples to us at The Recessionista this does not guarantee a review or mention. I will ONLY write a review for The Recessionista about products and/or services that I truly believe are good value for consumers, enjoy using, and see the value and benefits of using. Please note, many of the products &/or services that I try are never published on The Recessionista as post, and while I may like them, they need to super to be worthy of a recommendation from The Recessionista.
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