This blog is a site written and edited by me. I’m a homeschooling mother of a family of six. The Art of Home Education is a site about home education, unschooling, parenting, non violent communication, babystuff and more. We aim to offer inspiration on this site and a place where you can share your thoughts on our topics.

A couple of years ago, our first child arrived, and our world changed. When he was almost two he told us he was not going to go to daycare anymore and wanted to go to mommy school. And that is what we did. In the meantime I had to look for another way to support my family.

How do I make a profit from The Art of Home Education? First of all, I don’t earn a buck on every link you click. But when I add links to my posts, I do try to use those that will generate income for my family. Do if you download a free eBook, sign up for an online class, sign up for a (free) curriculum or use my coupon code for a special offer, I may receive a little something from that company. Some companies pay you through Paypal, but with Amazon for instance, they give you a balance which I in return can use for our shopping. I use affiliated link in my posts. I use Google ads and I do accept paid advertising and sponsored posts, but only from companies where we believe in their products. Most of the time I let a sponsored posts end up in a giveaway, so you can benefit from those too.

Products that we believe in, and that we (would like to) use ourselves. This means that I would never intentionally share any content that would not benefit both your family and mine. Or  share any products that go against our beliefs to respect each other big and small. If you do have concerns about any of the products, let me know and I’ll remove them.

My own honest opinion. Even though I might get a little compensation using affiliated links, Google ads, paid adverising, receiving sponsored products, it will not influence my opinion. The statements I make in my posts are my own. You can always check statistics, product claims, etc. with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

Please, always check the offers, if they are still valid. At the time of writing the post I do my best to make sure I post the correct information. However, prices can change without notice. It’s your responsibility to check if the items are still FREE or discounted when you are ready for checkout. You may read my privacy policy here.

This Disclosure policy is valid from 27 August 2012

Below is my current list of affiliate companies. If you shop through these links, it will cost you nothing extra.

  • Amazon
  • Bol.com

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