The Haunting of Harp House

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When An Artist Gets Depressed: Release & Refresh

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Tim Keane on Atlanta Traffic, Langford Parkway & Creative Mornings.

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An Open Letter To Lauryn Hill.

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Let Me Do It, Kanye and The State of The Church

Recently I read an article with the simple headline “Kanye considering starting a church.” I immediately thought I must ask my friends about this and see what they think. I sent a text to 4 people 3 of them engaged and the views were diverse and well thought out. They talked about his ability to influence people and how that would be used to lead people to Jesus. They shared their concerns, raising question of Continue Reading

Fern Johnson Creates Career Sisters: A place for women to connect

Meet Fern Johnson, The Resilient Force Behind Career Sisters Fern Johnson is a proponent for change when it comes to women of color in professional spaces. Her humble beginnings give her the drive to keep going even when it isn’t always easy to do so. Fern dropped out of high-school at 17 in response to her father’s sudden death and moved in with her brother. After taking a few to grieve and heal, she returned Continue Reading

What If Your Spouse Isn’t Your Partner?

We’ve all been conditioned to think that marriage is the source of our happiness. Or that marriage is where we’ll find that one true love who will whisk us away into success and legacy building and all the things we’ve been told to desire in life. But what if that isn’t the case? What if the person you’re “looking for” or “waiting on” isn’t even the person who will help you get to your destiny? Continue Reading

Maybe We Should Just Stop Talking About Size.

In the last six months, I’ve lost about 20 lbs. I’ve worked hard for it. I’ve lifted weights. Run miles. Eaten healthier portions and taken Zumba. I’ve made protein shakes and green juices. I’ve woken up at 5am to make it to the gym and I’ve maintained a consistent yoga routine twice a week. I’ve noticed the change. My clothes fit differently and I’m able to perform tasks without feeling the rolls in my stomach Continue Reading

Many Are Called, Few Are Chosen.

“Many are called but few are chosen.” I’m not sure why that phrase came to mind when I sat down but it did. I looked out the window and saw a busy street, buildings with signs lit up in blue, red and white. I glanced at the trucks driving by and the cars coming through the drive through. I leaned forward a little and thought about the phrase. When I was a little younger, I Continue Reading

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Ifie Natasha

Ifie Natasha is a writer, artreprenuer and soul care enthusiast with a passion for telling stories, building communities and exploring creativity.

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