While I don't consider myself outspoken, I do enjoy trying out new products or reading new books and reviewing them. In addition to participating in a few consumer questionnaire panels, I have also posted select reviews on my blog. 

Right now, I am a part of three book review sites:
One is hosted by Thomas Nelson Publishing Company called "Booksneeze."
Another other is hosted by Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group and is called "Blogging for Books."
I also review books for Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing.
All companies offer a free book in exchange for an honest, candid review on your blog. If you enjoy reading (and blogging), I'd recommend either of these companies to you. So please realize that although the book (or sometimes media) was received free, my opinions are my own.

I have also done a few reviews hosted by Ebeanstalk, Expert-Selected Toys Matched to a Child's Development.  

I consider these above companies to be worthy of your patronage, although I do not personally monetarily benefit from any purchases made.

However -
I have also begun to take on some affiliate positions, in which I do benefit from if my readers click through the posted ads. Right now, that includes DaySpring Cards (cards, jewelry, home decor), (teaches children financial responsibility), Tiny Prints (invitations, labels, photo books, etc), GoPhoto (photos, negatives, & slides scanning), Layla Grace (furniture, bedding, & decor), and ecampus (buying/selling used books). I hand selected these as I thought they would most appeal to you, my readers. These are the type of things that I shop for and discuss on my blog in my everyday type posts.

These companies (and so many more!) can be found through, if you are looking for affliate network as well.

I am disclosing all of the above information to stay in compliance with the FTC Ruling for Bloggers.