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Effective date: 21 June, 2022

Please read these Codes of Conduct (“Codes”, “Codes of Conduct”) carefully before using the website (the “Service”) operated by Leah Turton (“us”, “we”, or “our”).

Your access to and use of the Service are conditioned on your acceptance of and compliance with these Codes. These Codes apply to all visitors, users and others who access or use the Service. You warrant that you are at least 18-years-old and you are legally capable of entering into binding contracts. If you are under 18-years-old, you warrant that you have obtained consent from your parent or guardian and they agree to be bound by these Codes on your behalf.

By accessing or using the Service you agree to be bound by these Codes. If you disagree with any part of the terms then you may not access the Service.

  1. Be empathetic, compassionate and respectful

  2. Be thankful.

  3. Be and act kind.

  4. Be and act generously.

  5. Help people.

  6. Be honest.

  7. Be transparent.

  8. Only sell what is in the absolute best interest of the customer.

  9. Don’t require approval or praise.

  10. Have the courage to be a person, not a company.

Be empathetic, compassionate and respectful

I intend to treat every member of our community with empathy, compassion and respect. I expect each and every member to do the same. To be self-aware in all situations and respond in a constructive manner. Negativity and destructive manner will not be tolerated.

Be thankful

Never take for granted that you have readers or that people pay you money. They made a choice to invest a small part of themselves in you. Thank them for it.

Be and act kind

You like it when people are kind to you, so always be kind back. It comes naturally for most of us. The biggest challenge might be when somebody goes after you in a negative way. When you get snide comments, it might be hard for you not to counter-attack. The quest for rightness is the path to nowhere. In most cases, you’re better off just deleting the email and walking away than to respond in kind. You don’t owe replies to people who don’t deserve one.

Be and act generous

Give more value than you take. Try to help your readers with personal email replies.

Help people

This is the foundation of this entire business. Help people solve problems and they will pay you back in spades.

Be honest

Always always always. Don’t promote something you don’t believe in. Don’t write anything that doesn’t come from a place of honesty.

Be transparent

People like to bond with real people. So, be a real person. Social media is the best tool for transparency. Also, bloggers have often seen how readers respond to posts which are most transparent. This doesn’t mean you have to tell your readers everything (that’d be stupid), but don’t be an impersonal faceless person, either.

Only sell what is in the absolute best interest of the customer

I endeavor to on sell to you relevant and appropriate, quality goods.

Don’t require approval or praise

This is a biggie for many bloggers who just have a hard time taking it. Some bloggers have their whole day ruined when somebody decides to unsubscribe, leaves a bad comment, or requests a refund. Why? First of all, this is a people business and not every person is going to click with you. Don’t take it personally. Just realize that that person is not your ideal reader/customer, and part ways. But, under all that, just make it a personal policy that you don’t need approval. It you required approval for everything, you could never rock the boat in

Have the courage to be a person, not a company

I endeavor to express a personal representation of my blog rather than refer to it as a company or business.

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