It’s been a good day.
Wore this chic outfit the other day that felt very reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina… (I had red lips and a messy half-up do’ to add a Parisian vibe)
I got many compliments on it, yet I couldn’t help feeling more like Danny Kaye in White Christmas performing Choreography as the day went on…you know the song. “The theatre! The theatre! What’s happened to the theatre!” ANNNND now it’s stuck in your head…
Anyway I felt it was a hit. Danny really gave me a run for my money and he is totally working that beret…but what do you think? Who wore it better? Comment below!
*side note: I most definitely sang that song and performed “modern” (read:strange) dance moves for my co-workers all day. Gotta keep it light ya know!
My name is Natosha Rose, but I also respond to Tosh, Tosha, T-Money, or Emmanuel if I’m feeling fancy (or wearing a hat). Welcome to my blog! Here I will give you a sneak peak into the caverns of my mind-enter at your own risk.
I am a recent graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and a minor in Anthropology. I am currently working at the Psychology lab at my alma mater as a research assistant and as a salon manager at the most fantastic salon in the Kansas City area. Eventually I hope to have my own counselling practice working with children, or perhaps be able to work in the academic field in some capacity, but to do so I have to obtain my doctorate in Psychology first. So that’s the current journey I’m on.
For years my sister Makayla and I have talked about starting a blog. We wanted to do a sister’s blog, a foodie blog, a travel blog, a beauty blog, and about a million other types of blogs. Eventually we decided to branch out and do our own thing as our ideas have changed and matured over the years, so this is basically going to be a smorgasbord of all of my interests and life experiences. I guess you could say this is my attempt at baring my soul to the world. Here goes!
Interests: First of all I am a coffee addict, anyone who knows me, knows I always have coffee in hand. Day or night. It’s a problem. I know. I’m working on it. I am a connoisseur of Wes Anderson films, a bookshop junkie, a crazy cat lady and an all around weirdo. I love all animals and am passionate about green living; over the past year I have transitioned into being a full time vegetarian/aspiring vegan and have never felt better! I also love all things academic- I read till the wee hours of the morning because consuming words is my passion-I’m not picky about genre either, I have an insatiable thirst for knowledge. I love working with kids and used to be a nanny for about 4 years, it was an incredibly rewarding time in my life and inspired my current career aspirations. I am a huge family person and spend an exorbitant about of time with my sister-she’s my person. Currently we are in the early stages of planning a backpacking trip through Europe and in the mean time I am attempting to teach myself French (posts to come on this mad idea). I guess you could say I like to keep busy…
Despite endless editing, this whole post feels a bit like word vomit, so I’ll wrap it up. Thank you for taking the time to read this, in doing this blog I hope to connect with like-minded people and share my journey-for what is life if you don’t have stories to tell at the end of the day? *A word about the name of this blog– Spoiler Alert: I have a rare blood disorder that often causes me to have jaundice in my eyes. It is something I keep private and have accepted and come to terms with a long time ago-but that wasn’t always the case. When I was young I was ridiculed endlessly for my “yellow eyes”- I felt self loathing in a way that was all consuming. Eventually I grew to accept who I am and the fact that I can’t change some things. But I spent many wasted years isolating myself and seeing my illness as a curse. That all changed about 10 years ago; I began to know myself, accept and eventually love who I am. Since then, every day I remind myself to keep my chin up and find beauty in all things. I came to find that the world is a beautiful place full of beautiful people when you’ve got your eyes to the heavens. I began to see the bad as good-I began to see the yellow in my eyes as sunshine. If you were to take away only one thing from this blog, I hope it would be this-always keep your chin up and look for the beauty in all things-for what is life without sunshine in your eyes?