Culture

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

What Did Glennon Doyle Do Wrong?

I love Glennon Doyle. To be honest, I’ve only listened to her once on an episode of Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert and I haven’t read any of her books. To be more honest, I scroll right past her posts on social media because I get a little tired of the delicate speech certain white women use towards people — there’s nothing wrong with it, it’s just weird to me. But the other night, I scrolled through Continue Reading

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

I walked into City Winery alone after finding free parking (for the win), not knowing what to expect about this event I’d heard so much about. I saw a lot of different types of people who widely represented the creative community. There were women with bell bottomed striped pants and men with gray hair and dad shorts. There were a few black women in there with natural hair, three of which work for the city Continue Reading

An Ode To The LGBT Community

There is something beautiful about a person who is willing to be completely authentic to their hearts desires; especially when those desires go against popular rhetoric and design. The other day, as I sat in Tin Lizzy’s stuffing my face with this Sante Fe quesadilla, I watched a women introduce herself as Megan. She wore fitted dress pants, a sweater and dress shoes. The sides of her hair were shaven and the top was cut Continue Reading

Lemonade Is Not Beyonce’s Story

Yes. Another blog about Lemonade because that is what true art does. It not only evokes emotion but it incites cultural enlightenment. I believe Lemonade is more than Beyoncé telling a story about her and her husband. I feel as if she said “I want to tell the story of thousands of women” and that’s exactly what she did. I don’t truly believe the entire album is about her and Jay-Z but even if it 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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