[Wild Cozy Truth 64] How Natasha Nurse Designed the Perfect Career

Natasha Nurse Feminist Book Club
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This is the final episode of Wild Cozy Truth and it’s a bittersweet ending. I’ve loved coming into your ears each week in my role of feminist life coach to chat with women about their stories. I hope many of these interviews have moved you in some way, good or bad, and I hope my personal essays helped you feel a little less alone. Thank you to everyone who has supported the Wild Cozy Truth podcast, the Wild Cozy Truth brand, and my coaching practice. It’s been a wild ride into entrepreneurship and it’s time to level up.
In January, you’ll see this podcast under its new name, The Feminist Book Club Podcast. I’ve got some amazing authors, writers, and readers lined up to chat about feminist literature. We’re going to cover a little bit of everything, fiction, nonfiction, memoir, young adult, romance – you name it, we’ll discuss it through the lens of feminist theory.And if YOU have a book you’d like to review, get in touch. In case you couldn’t tell, Feminist Book Club is more than just a subscription box. The big goal is to become a multimedia platform that creates spaces to DO feminism, not just talk about it. I can’t wait to show you what’s in store in the years to come.
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Today’s guest is Natasha Nurse. I’m so glad Natasha ended up being our final Wild Cozy Truth interview because her energy is contagious. I adore this woman and this conversation gives me all the warm fuzzies. Natasha is an attorney-turned-entrepreneur and founder of Dressing Room 8, a lifestyle and fashion consulting service. She’s also an adjunct professor in Women’s Studies, she works with teenage girls of color to produce their own television shows, and she co-hosts the podcast WokeNFree with her husband. Enjoy this interview and revisit it whenever you need a pep talk.
Connect with Natasha:
@dressing_room_8 on Instagram
Dressing Room 8 on Facebook
Mentioned on this podcast:
Long Island Girl Talk
Year of Yes by Shonda Rhymes
The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein
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Renee Powers founded Feminist Book Club in 2018 to provide a space for intersectional feminists to learn, grow, and connect. When not reading or running the biz, you can find her drinking coffee and trying unsuccessfully to teach her retired racing greyhound how to fetch. Favorite genres: memoir, contemporary literary fiction, short stories

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