Is anyone still following her? I know I was plugging in your book at the beginning of the summer, but its publication has been sporadic for months. I think in like 15 years of blogging, this is the least she's been engaged, which is fine. The longtime blogger-turned-influencer known as Taza is ready to share more of her life now, and it's all in her new book, A Coat Of Yellow Paint. After seven years of banking in New York and DC, my husband Josh decided to give up the corporate world to dedicate himself to more entrepreneurial projects and take on the commercial side of Love Taza for me.
In the classic Taza style, Davis is quick to mention silver liners, “gifts in disguise, taking a step back and gaining perspective, and I remember that when it got dark and didn't post much on Instagram for a few months, I was relieved. For a certain older millennial, Davis aka Taza needs no introduction, but when I ask him how I should identify her, what I must say she does, she stumbles. In her first newly released book A Coat of Yellow Paint, Naomi Davis, also known as the hugely popular parenting blogger Taza, had a great opportunity to show readers a different side of herself and be realistic about what it's really like to raise five children under social media scrutiny. It has also helped me a lot with Love Taza and all the work that goes on this blog over the years.
Fourteen years ago, when Naomi Davis started her blog “Love Taza”, the word “influencer” didn't exist. Taza is fascinating to me and I think there is an interesting parallel with Zooey Deschanel, with some obvious important differences, but they both had that enviable and enviable energy of It girl and did the maximalist colorful twee so well, but then they couldn't or didn't want to evolve with the times and culture has drifted away drastically. We, the heads of Taza, were happy to see her, and amazed by the distinctively A-cup aesthetic of her suburban Arizona home, yet to be renovated. Many have speculated about how much money people like Davis can make from sponsored content, and she objects to the details, but it was enough for her husband, Josh, to quit his finance job several years ago to work in the Love Taza empire full-time.