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Natasha Nurse is a proud ’08 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University. She is a DEI Professional, Coach, Speaker, and Podcaster. She started Dressing Room 8 to provide a web-based resource for women to gain personal and professional empowerment through her fashion and lifestyle-focused blog and coaching services. Natasha focuses her coaching on media, career, and accountability. She started the innovative podcast WokeNFree with her husband to address hot topics in an entertaining and educational way. Additionally, she is an enthusiastic mom who loves creating content, reading and enjoying time at home with her husband, son, and dog.
Who Stole My Sale? 23 Ways to Close the Deal is the perfect book for people who are looking for a way to improve their sales skills and make more money.  The book is full of practical, actionable advice for those interested in mastering the art of sales, regardless of the applicable industry they work in. Additionally, the author (Todd...
Jenny McCarthy is a well-known actress, TV host, and public personality who has demonstrated her success in the entertainment industry and has also written several books, including Stirring the Pot: My Recipe for Getting What You Want Out of Life. If you are a fan of Jenny McCarthy or just interested in learning more about her life and career, then...
I'm putting myself first. I don't mean that in the way you're probably thinking, though. I'm not talking about having a night out with my friends or buying myself a new pair of shoes or doing something for me for once—though those things are important too. No, I'm talking about something else entirely. For me to be a better mom, wife,...
My son is, by any measure, the best thing that has ever happened to me. He makes me laugh every day, he's incredibly kind—and gives me shnuggles when I need them the most. Because he's growing up so fast, and I'm trying to soak up every moment with him, I wanted to share the top 12 lessons he's taught...
You'll be excited to read Jump: Dare to Do What Scares You in Business and Life by Kim Perell for the following 5 reasons:  1) This book will teach you how to think about risk differently: Instead of thinking about risk as something negative or dangerous, Perell shows us that risk can be seen as something positive and exciting—a way...
When you're hit with a loss, it's easy to feel like there's nothing to be done. Maybe you've been laid off and don't know how you're going to pay your rent next month. Maybe you just lost a family member who was very close to you, and now all of those moments will never happen again. But here's the thing:...
You know that feeling when you're just starting your day, and you get a good night's sleep? It's like your mind is clear and open, and there are no obstacles to getting through the day. You feel rested and ready to take on anything. Well, what if I told you that you could feel like that every day? That's right: even...
When you're a mom, your life is full of moments that make you cry. You cry when your kids are born. You cry when talking about a new milestone reached. When they get older, you cry when they go off to college for the first time and then again when they come back home for Thanksgiving break. You also...
Impulse by Ellen Hopkins is a book that will make you want to read it twice.  You'll want to read it the first time because it's an incredible story, but then you'll want to read it again because of how Ellen Hopkins uses language in the book. She uses words in ways that are fresh and surprising, and her descriptions...
Mom guilt is a real thing, and it sucks. It's time to silence that mom guilt once and for all. It's not just you—we all have it. And it sucks. But you can make it stop. Here are 5 ways to silence your mom guilt: It's admirable to want to help others, but sometimes it's just not possible. Let go of...