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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An Open Letter To Lauryn Hill.

I was driving down this highway in Arizona I think. It was a beautiful road. It had mountains on each side that were a beautiful shade of brown. My friends and I were listening to your music. Talking, sharing laughing about God knows what. We were on a 2 week road trip across the country to share our lives and serve the communities we stopped in. It was beautiful. I remember listening to your unplugged Continue Reading

Black Love, Is Marriage Hard Work?

“Marriage isn’t hard work, we make it hard” Todd Taylor said this phrase during the Atlanta Clips & Conversations event for Black Love, the docuseries created by Codie and Tommy Oliver that captures love stories of black married couples. Season 2 of the docuseries airs on May 12th and Atlanta was the last stop on the tour. I sat in the back of the theatre listening as Codie and Tommy interviewed Grant & Tamia Hill 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

Are You Truly Living?

I awoke one morning around 4 am as I often do. My body has somehow programmed itself to hate me thus making me open my eyes way before sunlight hits my window. But whatever. As I was awake at the middle of the night, I decided to begin scrolling through social media in search of something to occupy my mind. I began watching videos and looking at pictures of others living life. They looked happy. Continue Reading

One.

You were never a thought. Well, maybe a distant one. One I figured would surface when I was ready. When I was finished establishing my career and having fun with my husband. and then you came. out of nowhere. unexpected but not prevented so I get it. I wasn’t happy. I was disappointed and afraid of what may happen if you entered this world so soon before I deemed myself ready. Before I deemed myself 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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