The best, and most fun, way to support honeythatsok is to become a patron! Patreon.com is an innovate platform where fans can support creators directly and form a community. honeythatsok’s mission is to challenge the story we tell ourselves about who we are. A sustainable future will require radical shifts in how we think and what we do. I believe those changes can all be for the better if we put our imagination to the ultimate test. honeythatsok is a space to explore those ideas. By becoming a patron you gain access to the inner circle. On the patreon site we will discuss ideas and you will be the first to know any news, such as the first booklet on sustainability due to be released later this year. And if you become an invested patron you will receive seasonal postcards from me, from Hawaii, as an added perk! Check out our page and become a patron today!
Running a blog about my passion is a privilege and a joy but also a time consuming endeavor. If you even clicked on this link – thank you! A blog on sustainability and online advertising seem like an oxymoron, and I agree. I could not in good conscience push unnecessary items on people when I try to eliminate unnecessary items from my own life. However, there are a few ways you could support this blog without it costing you a penny. If you are already considering making a purchase on Amazon.com, please use our affiliate link to take you to the site. This way around 5% of your purchase goes towards honeythatsok without any additional cost to you! I also recommend signing up for eBates. It’s an online cash-back site for 100s of major retailers and you get anywhere between 2-10% cashback on purchases you were already planing to do. I receive about $15 in my paypal account from eBates every three months but the amount varies depending on how much shopping you do. Signing up is free, and while it can seem like a scam I have been using the site safely for 4 years.
You can also shop my closet on eBay for discount women’s clothing. I mainly sell gently used or new dresses that are looking for a new home.