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About Lynette Natasha


  • http://lynettenatasha.com/

  • Writer, copywriter and lioness who is still searching for the perfect balance between strength and sensitivity. I am also a lover of words, a sucker for spoken word, and a believer in perfect timing. I hope that my words always find you in time and that my stories will help you get by.

Entries posted by Lynette Natasha:

Growing Up And Apart

Growing Up And Apart

You’ll need coffee shops and sunsets and road trips. Airplanes and passports and new songs and old songs, but people more than anything else. You will need other people and you will need to be that other person to someone else, a living breathing screaming invitation to believe better things. Jamie Tworkowski I don’t know…

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Learning to Say No

Learning to Say No

You know those nights when you just really want to stay home and be alone, and then your phone beeps with a text from a friend asking to hang out? Or that day when you’re just overloaded with work and your boss comes along and ask if you could help out with this other project?…

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How Perspective Gives Things Purpose

How Perspective Gives Things Purpose

Picture this: you’re queuing up in a long line, waiting to pay for just ONE item and you’re getting frustrated waiting, because nothing seems to be happening! Everyone around seems like a complete a-hole because they’re moving too slow or being a little ‘stupid’ and you just can’t wait to get out of there! It…

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(Copy)writing From The Heart

(Copy)writing From The Heart

Hugh Macleod once wrote, Write from the heart. There is no silver bullet. There is only the love God gave you. I’ve always loved heartfelt stuff – letters, stories, articles, etc. I love the ability of these things that come from the heart, to reach and touch you, no matter where you are in the…

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Making Good Out Of The Bad

Making Good Out Of The Bad

Recently, a friend had introduced me to a spoken word artist named Shane Koyczan who had started an anti-bullying project called, ‘To This Day’. In his poem, he tells us his story of how he was bullied as a kid, and how he remembers it to this day. What I love more than the words…

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Accepting Who You Really Are

Accepting Who You Really Are

We’ve read it in stories and we’ve see it in movies – there’s always this one, uptight character who needs to have everything planned in order, as if the world would fall apart without those plans. I am one of those. And for the longest time, I had struggled with being that person. I wanted…

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