I reserve the right to change any of these Terms and Conditions at any given time on this website.

I am not a professional, therefore I cannot always guarantee the correctness, accuracy, reliability or dates of my information. Please look up a subject or double check it before you take my word for it (even though I am extremely trustworthy).



I am not a professional. I have not had training, I’ve not studied psychology or therapy in school or college. I have no qualifications in the subjects you are reading about on my website.

My blog posts include advice that come from my own personal experiences.

Under no circumstances will I be held liable if any information given on my website Unlunacy causes real life issues within yourself. I will not be liable for any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arising out of or in connection with the use of this website.


I am the legal copyright holder of all written material on Unlunacy. No material may not be used, reprinted, modified, or published without my written consent.

Guest bloggers must submit their own written work and make sure it is in compliance with all laws.

The graphics on this site are either credited, my own, or free stock photos. All the images are edited by me. Some of the fonts used are free fonts from a googlefonts plugin.


Any personal and/or contact information provided to me will be kept private. I will never sell or disclose your information to any other companies.

Although I am not responsible for actions taken by sponsors, affiliates, guest posters, or commentators.



To help cover costs, some advertising and affiliate links will be being used on my website. Affiliate links earn me tiny commissions on any purchases made, such as when visiting Amazon after clicking on one of these links within a specific time. I will always try my best to only provide information about products that I truly believe in. I will disclose whether I will receive any commissions or products for free.


My opinions on products and/or services are not to be taken as a promise that they will work or be good for yourself. I’m sure that my love of ketchup on everything is not going to be to the taste of everyone else, so please take these things with a grain of salt!