I got Sephora today! Their brand list is not to be believed. They even have Rihanna’s FENTY BEAUTY line.

Not speaking out of bias, but they happen to carry Tatcha, which is the only thing I put on my face. If they had any kind of cosmetics line, I’d probably only wear that too.

They carry the obscure Japanese brand my mother’s used since she was a young girl in Kagoshima and they also carry the needlessly expensive brands my daughter loves. I won’t name names but we all know when our lipstick and eyeliner is overpriced and not worth it.

Go check out Sephora today and then come back and thank me. I like the attention.

xo Nadine

Affiliate page

I added an affiliate page this morning. Trying to cross all my Ts. I explained more of what affiliate marketing is and how I make commissions.

I also pared down my CPC ad companies to Adsterra and RevenueHits. I cannot stand popups and redirects. The sliders are pretty perfect, as far as I’m concerned. Off-to-the-side and easy to X out of. It’s the damned banner across the top I can’t seem to get rid of!

Am I avoiding work? Absolutely.

xo Nadine

Hair / Skin / Mind

Hello, all! I’ll just get right to it:

If you have experienced or are experiencing hair loss, be it cosmetic or medical, you really should take a look at SkinQRI… specifically, KeraFactor. They have come up with a system that promotes hair growth beyond what you were told was possible. They don’t offer scads of products, opting instead to focus on what’s been proven to work: their scalp-tingling shampoo and conditioner combo, and their stimulating toner and the KeraCap, with its narrow bands of 630-670nm red lasers that greatly increases scalp circulation, resulting in an improvement in hair quality for both males and females.

Next up is Kiehl’s, the finest apothecary skincare. They’ve been at this since 1851, y’all, making all sorts of skincare, cosmetics, tinctures and honeys. They have their own team of dermatologists on hand to develop and produce only the most natural ingredients for your skin. Kiehl’s carries products for any and all skin types and concerns.

Feed your spirit. Inspire your mind. Elevate your body. Enlighten your life. Buddha Stones is an online store offering a thought-provoking collection of items and gifts that invigorate the human spirit. They explore the world of energy (chakra & feng shui) with wisdom (Buddha). Their unique mission is to provide authentic, high-quality Dharma items that support your spiritual practice and to provide spiritual jewelry that empowers your life. 

xo Nadine


I’ve got four bad boys for y’all today, all of them quality. You’re gonna love these! And at the end, you get to tell me your favorite.

Sivana means ‘oasis of enlightenment’ – encouraging a mindful and conscious lifestyle. Their enchanting healing gemstones, eclectic tie-dye clothing, dresses, wraps and spiritual decor is inspired by their love of natural elements, vibrant color, unique design, and ancient philosophy. Plus, they give back by providing 10% of all proceeds towards providing resources for mothers in need.

Origins looks at beauty differently, seeing our world as a precious resource rather than something to be exploited. They’ve managed to fuse the power of nature with the potency of science to bring a new skincare vision to life. Their goal: To create uncompromising skincare that’s clinically-proven to deliver immediate and long-term improvements without any irritation.

For all your fitness and workout needs, we have Fabletics. They sell men’s and women’s activewear at affordable prices. In less that ten years, they’ve become one of the top athletic wear companies in the world, going so far as partnering with such sporting brand names as Varsity and Hydrow, not to mention the numerous NCAA players.

Tata Harper rounds us off today. Their skincare products are legendary. Legendary, I say! Tata Harper packs the most ingredients at the highest levels of concentration to deliver maximum results—without a single drop of artificial chemicals. From Forbes, “This luxurious skincare line has brought non-toxic beauty to another level, proving that it can be just as effective and as beautiful as its traditional counterparts.” How’s that for an endorsement? Not bad, eh?


It’s my lazy Saturday so I’m only adding one today. I’ll also include the brand I added late last night, French Lime.

Your home for All Things Leggings, French Lime believes leggings can be worn. In the gym, on a date, or in the boardroom… appropriately accessorized, of course. I’m telling you, their looks can be sleek and sophisticated or every day.


Billabong, y’all. They’ve been around since 1969 and they’ve stuck to the same values now as they did over 50 yeas ago: to combine function, fit, art and fashion to develop boardshorts and clothing for mountain and ocean lovers across the globe. While still sticking to the core roots of the mountain and the wave, Billabong has become recognized as the premium youth lifestyle and culture clothing brand within the action sports market.

Zoë’s Faves

I added two brands to my site today, in honor of my daughter and the fact that I’m so out-of-touch with today’s youth.

The first is Anthropologie. Created for women between the ages of 30-45, they offer fun, comfy clothes. Not a club rat and not your 85-year-old nana, these fits will compliment any lady of a certain age for any occasion. Wear at home, in the office, on a date or at the gym, Anthropologie has redefined how the more mature woman shops and dresses.

Do you know any 20-somethings? You probably do; they’re everywhere these days. GenX is still in the work force and the Zoomers came out of the gate hard and ready for anything! This brand is for the Every Girl. Smart, sassy, tomboyish, sophisticated, bohemian… in their words, a girl who “can’t resist petting any dog that passes her by on the street.”

xo Nadine

Rosewe Easter Discount


Rosewe, your destination for cute clothes, fire swimsuits and sexy-as-hell intimates, is gifting us all with some discounts to celebrate Easter 2022.

You already know their clothes are bomb. Now you can round out your spring wardrobe and save those nickels and dimes!

xo Nadine

Do you Yoga?

I went out of my comfort zone today and Gaiam is the result. They’re a green company with a mission to make yoga, fitness, and well-being accessible to all. You guys… I’m thinking about dumping my old mats and bands and replacing them with these.

Founded in Boulder, Colorado in 1988, Gaiam is a provider of information, goods and services to customers who value the environment, a sustainable economy, healthy lifestyles, alternative healthcare and personal development.

Gaiam (pronounced “guy-um”), is a fusion of the words “Gaia” and “I am” Gaia, mother Earth, was honored on the Isle of Crete in ancient Greece 5,000 years ago by the Minoan civilization. This civilization valued education, art, science, recreation, and the environment and believed that the Earth was directly connected to its existence and daily life. The concept of Gaia stems from the ancient philosophy that the Earth is a living entity.

The part that impressed me the most and led me to sign up? They’ve made yoga more than a business. They offer products not only for the health-conscious, but also for meditation and recovery.

You can click here to visit them, or just click any of the 3 links in this post.

xo Nadine

New Brands!

I’ve added a few brands these past three or four days. Last week was a dud for me, being Spring Break and all, so I’ll be making up for it in the days to come. I’ve picked up Macy’s and Reebok as an affiliate so that’s exciting for me.

I’m also waiting on some hair care products to try out and review o I’m

The new brands are:

Hello world!

Here I go again.

After a month of working with affiliate marketers who were just salesmen when you got right down to it, I’ve decided to start my own webpage. I’m gonna promote the shit out of it too.