The Haunting of Harp House

Read More

When An Artist Gets Depressed: Release & Refresh

Read More

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

Read More

An Open Letter To Lauryn Hill.

Read More

Watching Life Die…

Living. The pursuit of life. We’ve become too obsessed with the concept that we’ve failed to actually live. We’ve stood by admiring others putting envy to their freedom. Putting curiosity to their methods. We’ve wandered so deep in thought; farther than we’ve ever let our thoughts go before yet our body stayed stagnant. Laid dormant in the cage of routine. No wonder life isn’t always as beautiful as it seems. We’ve lost sight of the Continue Reading

The Mountain Is Not Your Enemy.

We often hear from inspirational speakers that your challenges and obstacles are not your competition; you are. When going up against something scary or challenging we often consider this thing as our opponent that needs to be beaten and conquered. I’d dare to argue that those obstacles are not our competition, what if we are our own competition. Our mind, our will to continue. Our inner strength and voice  are what truly makes our breaks our Continue Reading

Perfection is a Myth My Dear.

This blog was birthed from a very real place. A place of hurt, disappointment, feelings of inadequacy and eventually a place of anger. For the past 9 months, my marriage has been on one of the worst roller coasters ever. A roller coaster similar to the Goliath at Six Flags Over Georgia. As soon as you’re up, you’re coming right back down. Holding your stomach counting down the seconds until that crazy feeling goes away. Continue Reading

27.

For the past few years, my birthday has been a dreaded and miserable day for me. Disappointment in my life often led me down a road of resentment and feelings of failure. My career  hasn’t taken off the way I’d hoped. My thoughts and desires concerning life sequence and money have not been fulfilled ;and I’ve often questioned whether my leap of faith was a huge mistake. My birthday would come around and I would Continue Reading

Power of Perfect Timing

Maturity is a strange thing. Defined as “perfect condition” or “full development”, we rarely consider maturation (or the lack thereof) as a reason for why we don’t have what we desire, when we desire it. I believe maturity is something we continue to strive towards. It’s fulfillment changes just as we change. For example, I was very mature at age 21, but not nearly as mature as I am at 26. Maturity isn’t necessarily a Continue Reading

Meet the Creator

Ifie Natasha

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

Featured Categories