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NaTasha Jordan

NaTasha Jordan
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Sashaying from the rainbow state of Hawaii, NaTasha currently resides in Jacksonville, FL with her awesome husband, two beautiful island souvenirs (kids), and classy mutt, Maunda. As a PhD, NaTasha enjoys the freelance lifestyle, styling clients and blogging on DIY style. She has organized fashion shows and style workshops for a variety of large organizations including Order of the Eastern Star, Delta Gems of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., The Airman's Attic of the US Air Force, and more. NaTasha also assists with marketing and brand development for small businesses and training & development for APA subdivisions. When she's not glued to her screen for one thing or another, she is likely teaching Bible study, bumming at the beach with her island souvenirs or planning small events.
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Mom Life and Beyond: Creating Your Brand

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When I was a graduate student looking for a job — with a 5-year-old and newborn — to no avail, I began to seek out mentors. Because surely there’s a mama out there who...
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Work-Life Balance Is for the Birds, Try Work-Life Harmony Instead

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Every New Year, many working mamas start off with a goal to achieve “work-life balance.” Your intention behind work-life balance goes something like this: “I want to spend this much time with my family, and...

How Moms Are Winning During COVID

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In March, as some mamas were shaming other mamas for simply asking questions, others ignored the noise and saw opportunities to start businesses, build and restore strong relationships, and serve their communities. This is not...
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How to Create a Thriving Homeschool Environment

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While many parents have made the decision to homeschool for the first time, this territory is far from new to us. If I’ve learned anything, it’s that creating a mind-nurturing environment is key and...
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Unschooling: When Homeschool Isn’t Enough

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I remember the days when mamas would ask me about homeschooling and make that infamous statement: "Girl, I could never homeschool my kids."  Then 2020 happened. Now, the question is less about if you should or...
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5 Things to Consider Before Homeschooling

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Homeschooling is an amazing experience where you can make your own rules and unleash your child’s full potential towards their passions, strengths, and development. In light of COVID-19, many parents are entertaining the idea...
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How To Start a Business: Kid Edition

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Children get asked this age-old question all the time, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Oftentimes, they might ambitiously respond with career paths such as a doctor, a firefighter, or...
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2020 Style Trends on a Budget

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In 2019, we saw a lot of styles make a comeback from the '80s and '90s. You may have found yourself saying, “I used to wear that!” as a teenager walked by with headphones,...

A Gal’s Guide to Beauty Supply Stores in Jacksonville

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Beauty supply stores — a woman’s gateway into every hair need. Whether you’re looking for a new wig or well-priced hair products, the beauty supply store is a one-stop-shop for everything beauty and hair,...

Bougie on a Budget: Thrifting in Jax

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Look bougie on a budget — catchy but contradictory. Or is it? Many people have their own idea about what it means to be "bourgeois" but a quick walk through French history and it...

Kid-Friendly Activities & Eats: North Jacksonville

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Big cats, secluded preserves, historical sites — oh, my! Did I make you think of North Jax? Of course not! When locals visit the north side of Jacksonville, it's often for the Jacksonville Zoo,...
My 'Aha' Moment As a Black Woman

My ‘Aha’ Moment As a Black Woman

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Dashikis, Roots, and MLK. Three words that can capture the festive essence of Black History Month. While some would have this month to reflect the adversity that Blacks have faced in America — from slavery...