• Lavendaire is actually a talented, successful young woman named Aileen Xu. She’s a content creator in personal growth and lifestyle design with over a million subscribers on YouTube. Aileen has her own website and product line that correlates with her Lavendaire brand design. If you notice, a lot of the colors she offers in her products are all light and bright. 

  • Originally, Aileen started out like any of us, lost, unsure, and just trying to figure it out. I relate a lot to Aileen because her parents were also immigrants, old school, and just pushing for any job. That art is not a job, and any job is better than going after your dreams or what sets your soul on fire. Nonetheless, Aileen persisted and created her dream life, and now she too helps others do the same.

  • What you get: If you click my link, and enter in your email, you will receive $10 off of your order.

  • What I get if you do: I will be real with you, I get $10 in rewards when you.

Passion Planner
  • I've been using Passion Planner for 3 years now, and of those 3 years, I've had the pleasure of using all 3 sizes of their planner. I've had the opportunity to have 3 vastly different stories from year to year.

  • Passion Planner was created by Angelia Trinidad fresh out of college, and unsure what to do next. Life after college isn't so linear, and that's how Passion Planner was born. It's an organizational tool that helps people take control of their lives and focuses on what really matters. Beyond that, Passion Planner has a great community and social awareness. They have multiple programs where they help the community, help the environment, and give back in general. Each planner you buy benefits a cause. 

  • Passion Planner is one of the few brands who offer free digital downloads, and also a free PDF version of all their planners. You can try before you buy. 

  • Their community, culture, and overall brand is something I wholeheartedly believe and support in.

  • What you get: If you click my link, or use the code DIANA2 at checkout, you will receive 10% off of your order.

  • What I get if you do: I make a 10% commission off of every order.

  • I remember when YesStyle first came out. It wasn't as big as it is now. Some people may wonder if it's trustworthy, and trust me, it is. I get a lot of my beauty products and sometimes fashion items from their store. If you're looking to spruce up your wardrobe with pieces of clothing from Japan or Korea, this is the site for you!

  • One of my favorite things about YesStyle is that it's one of the few stores that actually keeps their blog going. A few years ago, they had a series called "Ask Nikki" and it was one of my favorite things to subscribe to. They still have awesome posts, but going back to some of their older posts you may feel more of an interpersonal connection with the brand. I know I sure do. 

  • YesStyle is the place for all things Asian fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. If you don't know what store to trust, trust this one. I've never had a problem with it, and I buy things on occasion when I have to replenish my stock.

  • Also a quick tip, if you want to make a blog or grow as an influencer, it's quite easy to join YesStyle's affiliate program. You get coupon codes every so often to buy and share your hauls!

  • What you get: If you click my link, or use the code DREAM17 at checkout, you will receive 10% off of your order.

  • What I get if you do: I make a 10% commission off of every order.

Join Honey
  • Honey is a free browser extension that helps save you money on your online purchases.

  • I've been telling people about Honey for years! I use it for everything under the sun and moon.

    • For example: my sister has really bad eyesight and she asked me to buy her glasses. I shop at eyebuydirect for all my glasses because they're the most affordable on the market. But if you have bad eyesight, like she does, it starts to rack up a heftier price. They came out to be like $83 pre-honey. After Honey, I got them down to $58! I saved her $25.

    • Another example: I did a huge shopping spree on SHEIN once for business casual clothes for work, and put over $100 worth of stuff into the cart. I don't go that crazy for clothes like ever, no lie I was scared, but Honey saved me. I got it down to $60! It was insane! My jaw dropped!

  • Also, you get cashback when you use it, which I turn into Amazon gift cards xD. Glad to see someone else uses honey. The way cashback works is you get a percentage of your purchase back in Honey coins, and you can save up Honey coins to redeem as gift cards. 1000 coins = $10

  • What I get if you join: For every person that joins, I get $10.

Join ipsy
  • ipsy is a month-to-month beauty subscription service. What you get in your bag is tailored to you depending on your beauty profile as well as reviews. Sometimes they are a hit or a miss, I won't lie, but I've received some high-end brands in the last 2+ years I've been with ipsy.

  • ipsy is only $12 a month for the traditional glam bag and $10 a month if you pay the annual fee instead. 

  • What I get if you join: 600 points will be added to my account if you join. I can save up the points and redeem them for bigger makeup products, or I can redeem them right away for smaller makeup items like lip glosses and skincare. 

☆As a disclaimer, I'd like you to know that I won't be signing up for affiliates that I don't believe in. Affiliate links that I do have will be from brands or websites that I already use and have used prior. If you have any questions regarding a website or brand I promote, comment on one of my posts. Let me know. I'm very willing to go into detail about why I like and support them. Sometimes I maybe a little bit more passionate about one brand over another, but I want you all to know I am picky in who I support and promote. I'm trying to build an authentic audience that trusts me. I don't mind receiving free goods, but it doesn't mean I will definitely promote. I do my research, and I'm picky