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Beautifully Said Magazine!

“Beautifully Said is a progressive, online publication for forward-thinking people who create, own, maintain and succeed.” Owned and operated by Identical twin sisters La Tasha LaShae’ Taylor and La Trisha LaNae’ McIntosh, the “Original Twins of Media!”

Beautifully Said celebrates innovative Entrepreneurs and Creative artist. The magazine covers upscale articles on entrepreneurship, and creative arts (e.g. poets, authors, spoken word artists, musicians, entertainment and media) the magazine displays advertisement campaigns along with supporting reputable charity organizations and or events.

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La Trisha LaNae’ McIntosh (Trisha LaNae’) Owner and Publisher (Left)
La Tasha (Asha LaShae’) Taylor Owner and Publisher (Right)

La Trisha LaNae’ McIntosh is Co-Owner and overseer of production for all Beautifully Saidbusiness and financials. She is also the owner and designer of Tula Couture a dynamic fashion forward jewelry and accessory company, born in Natchez, Mississippi but raised in the “Bay Area” of California; La Trisha has always had a love of the arts evident in all of her businesses.

Through her love of writing La Trisha has steadily built a fan base with the inspirational quotes and affirmations that she shares with her audience. She is the author of the book Simply Speaking: words for the Journey, wisdom for the Way currently available at:

http://beautifullysmagazine.com/shop-beautifully-said/book-store/ & http://humblebeginingpublishing.com/

La Trisha mentions, “Writing allows me to tell a story which my audience has a voice to speak; designing allows me the luxury of sharing my creativity with the world”, and building a platform in which the readers (viewers) are highlighted in a positive way through Beautifully Said allows my work to heal.

In addition to her professional work La Trisha also serves on the board (Media Chair) for Foundation for the Future (F4F) a nonprofit organization that seeks to empower the next generation of young women in leadership, F4F believe that civic engagement and social responsibility help promote an intrinsic sense of self worth.

Although La Trisha wears many hats, the most important role (s) is that of a loving wife and mother. ~ Blessings

La Tasha (Asha LaShae’) Taylor Owner and Publisher

Prior to the creation of Beautifully Said, Asha shared her writing on a social platform (2007) when her poetry was published with online media outlets; Sisterhood Agenda Magazine and ColoredPeople.net. She has plans to compile a book of poetry along with a couple of novels in the foreseeable future, but in the meantime, she enjoys being in the background helping aspiring authors with their stories for publication.

“I love to read and I love even more the freedom that a pen and paper allows me to be!”...It is my escape to create the unimaginable through words. ”My thoughts and expressions usually flow much better when I’m writing…but knowing I cannot have conversations with people simply on paper, I’m approachable to talk to as well (lol)!”

Her most important role is shaping the minds of her two young men, Damaris and Dante, ages 12 and 5 respectively. Asha works to leave a legacy for the both of them. ”Our children are always watching what we do, so let us lead with purpose so that they will have the tools to lead us in the future!”

“I encourage you to take this journey with me as we strive to make Beautifully Said the magazine that allows us to encourage your best self . Tag…You’re it! Always remember to do something great just for you but never forget to pass that same energy along to others.” ~Blessings.

The magazine's "Feature of the Month" is Featuring: Our Image Films w/ Film maker, Ya’Ke Smith – Writer and Director of ‘WOLF’ - Click here!

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