Accepting the Reality of Death While Celebrating Life with Ashley Jones of Love Not Lost

Ashley Jones shares that “photography freezes time and allows memories to be preserved” and its tangible results helps those grieving have a way to interact with their loved one after they’re gone. But even before the portrait session starts, those families start the coping process.

Learn how Ashley Jones of Love Not Lost built a community, preserved memories, and helped others take a step in accepting the reality of death while choosing to celebrate life while you have it.

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Dream Warriors Foundation Summer Spark Grant Winners Update

This past summer, Dream Warriors Foundation Spark Grant recipients Jasmine Williams and Dani Brockington shared more about taking their dreams and what pushed them to apply for the Spark Grant. And now, nearly six months later, we’re checking in with these two creatives to learn more about their progress after the grant, first Dani with her multimedia project and then Jasmine as she dives deeper into the art world and finds a key element that transformed her project.

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Meet Kelley Raye: Life Documenter, Entrepreneur, and Future Beyoncé Photographer

“One day...I wanted to quit!” Kelley Raye laughed while explaining how she went from working at a hotel to multiplying her corporate marketing salary by becoming a self-taught, bi-coastal wedding and lifestyle photographer. To date, her work has been featured on E! News and can be gazed at inside the pages of People and Elle Magazine.

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Go with the Flow: Finding Empowerment, Strength, and Healing Through Yoga

If you ask any yogi (even those who initially came to yoga looking for six-pack abs!), it goes far beyond the physical. There’s something far deeper and richer in the practice, the kind of intangible “something” with the power to heal and strengthen. We spoke with Atlanta yoga instructors Tiffany Andras-Meyers, Maria Borghoff, and Rachelle Knowles about the importance of their practice.

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