All of my recommendations that I share with you are made based on my research and personal experience. I am not a dietitian or nutritionist and my recommendations shouldn’t be construed or considered as medical or nutritional advice. You are fully responsible for the decisions you make, actions you take and any consequences that occur as a result of anything you read on this website. The website and content herein is not intended to cure, prevent, diagnose or treat any disease or condition. Please consult your healthcare provider for any health related decisions.
This website and its owners are not liable for adverse reactions or any other outcome resulting from the use of recipes or recommendations on the website or actions you take as a result. Any action you take is strictly at your own risk.
I primarily use Nutrifox or Whisk to calculate the nutrition data for my recipes, and other online calculators if something is unavailable on Nutrifox or Whisk.
Personal tastes and cooking are subjective. Keep in mind things like different brands of the same ingredients, the fact that ovens might have different temperatures, homes have different humidity levels, people have different levels of cooking skills, all affect the outcome of a recipe. Read any new recipe before trying it and make sure you’re not allergic to any of the ingredients. I make no guarantee for the outcome of the recipes or whatever you decide to do with the recipes, that is your responsibility.
In other words: If you burn something because I said to cook it at 400 for 20 minutes but your oven temperature is off, I’m not at fault for your burned dinner. If you break out in hives because you’re allergic to tomatoes and the recipe calls for them, it’s not my fault. If you hate the way something tastes, still not my fault. Taste is subjective and what is tasty to me might be repugnant to you.
I am not a doctor, I am a certified yoga instructor. The information I provide is based on my personal experience and studies through the years. The information contained in my website, blog, guest blogs, e-mails, programs, services and/or products is for educational and informational purposes only, and is made available to you as self-help tools for your own use. While I draw on my prior professional expertise and background in many areas, you acknowledge that I am supporting you in my role exclusively as yoga instructor. I am not a medical health practitioner or mental health provider. I simply provide information based on my studies and personal experience to give you tools to help you achieve your goals.
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Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of published information on or through my website, blog, e-mails, programs, services and products; however, the information may inadvertently contain inaccuracies or typographical errors. Every effort has been made to present you with the most accurate, up-to-date information, but because research, education and science is constantly evolving, I cannot be held responsible for the accuracy of my content.
In other words: If you don’t listen to your body and push yourself too hard while doing yoga and hurt yourself, I am not at fault. If you have a previous injury, don’t listen to your doctor and decide to try a pose that stresses that injury, I’m not at fault. If you fall while doing yoga and knock your prized vase off the table and it breaks, not my fault.
Please read and adhere to the warning labels and instructions on any ingredients, chemicals or products (such as adhesives, paint, etc) used in DIY and crafting projects.
This website in no way provides any warranty, express or implied, towards the content of DIY projects contained in this website. It is the reader’s responsibility to determine the value and quality of any project or instructions provided and safety of the preparation instructions. The DIY projects presented are intended for entertainment and/or informational purposes and for use by persons having appropriate technical skill, at their own discretion and risk.
Should you desire to follow the projects in this blog, you are doing so “at your own risk.” I am not liable, not responsible and do not assume obligation for: adverse reactions to products used such as allergic reactions to products used, misinterpreted instructions, domestic accidents, including but not limited to fires in your home, a cut finger or paint stained clothing, your friends or pets or children getting into the products or chemicals used. I make no warranties for the outcome of your projects.
Personal tastes and esthetics are subjective. Keep in mind things like different brands of the same products like (paints, glues, papers, etc) vary in texture and drying times, the fact that the woods and paints used in old furniture is different, homes have different humidity levels, people have different levels of skills, all affect the outcome of a project. Read the instructions and steps a couple times before trying it and make sure you’re not allergic to any of the ingredients. I make no guarantee for the outcome of your projects or whatever you decide to do with my ideas and suggestions, that is your responsibility.
In other words: If your prized fluffy white cat, Bob, decides to roll around on your freshly blue painted coffee table and now Bob is blue, I am not responsible. Allowing unsupervised pets and children in rooms with drying paint is a recipe for disaster. If I said the paint should dry in an hour but your home is really humid so it takes 3 hours, it’s not my fault.