I’ve been writing The Non-Consumer Advocate since 2008, and it’s been an amazing ride, and for the most part it’s been a labor of love. I made a decision early on that I would not prioritize having the blog be very profitable, as that goal would contradict my message to minimize purchases and step away from a consumer lifestyle. Yes, I work with two different advertising networks to cover expenses, but have declined the daily offers I get for sponsored posts, sponsored links and general advertising.
I often joke that I could quit my job if I started a blog that accepted all the advertising offers that I receive for The Non-Consumer Advocate.
With the advent of two kids in college at the same time, the time has come to prioritize any and all income opportunities, which brings me to my big news:
The Non-Consumer Advocate is welcoming a new corporate partners! No I haven’t sold the blog, but the daily posts will each be sponsored by different companies that support the non-consumer lifestyle.
Home Goods. With home as a haven, why not redecorate as often as you change your mood?
Bank of America. From credit cards to fee-tastic bank accounts, Bank of America is America’s financial institution!
H&M. We live in a global economy, so why not look to our planet’s most vulnerable workers to stitch our clothing? Clothing falls apart after a single wearing? Worry not, as replacement garments cost less than a cup of coffee!
I am very excited to be working with these forward thinking companies!
Click HERE for more details about the future of The Non-Consumer Advocate.
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