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   Welcome to my official brain dump-

   check out any posts that speak to you!


Hello World!


My name is J’karlon “𝐉𝐮𝐤𝐞​” Harrison and I would like to introduce myself to my new and old family alike!​

May 2021

I am a 24 year old creative, entrepreneur and small business owner out of Atlanta, GA.

After attending TennState from 2015-2019, I firmly concluded that the corporate world was not for me- so I focused my efforts on building

𝐉𝐮𝐤𝐞 𝐄𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐩𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐞𝐬!

𝐉𝐮𝐤𝐞 𝐄𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐩𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐞𝐬 has allowed me to not only provide services and add value to those who interact with my brand but also to dive deeper into my passions while I do so.

My biggest joy is being able to provide personalized experiences for each of my clients through;

Organic Skin Care,

Digital Real Estate,


Organic Teas,


Social Media Management  and Small Business Consulting.

I’m thoroughly enjoying the journey of building my life/career and want to help others find that same happiness through financial education, health/ wellness and creativity!

Browse my website to see more of my work and to interact with me personally!

Photographer ; Astede Jahannes 

It's easy to create steam in a cold room.

Depending on your background, it can be hard to recognize that you are settling in life.

December 2019

I really want everyone reading to take a glance at what you accept as your normal. Your career/ job choice, relationships (with family, friends and yourself) and personal habits .

If you put lukewarm water in a 20 degree room, you could easily trick someone into believing the water is piping hot. 

Same with our day to day lives. If you have only experienced a life of living paycheck to pay check and emotional survival, then finding a pretty OK job and a partner that doesn't necessarily abuse you may seem like you've made it! 

I'm here to say congratulations on reaching a more stable environment because I'm sure its been tough road so far, however you need to aim higher.

You are one of a kind and generate ideas no one else can. You have a love language that should to be acknowledged through effort. You have financial goals that deserve your attention. You have talents (some still undiscovered) that, when paired with your life purpose, will provide for you in ways a regular 9-5 job could never. You owe it to yourself to realize you deserve the best in life, and work towards creating it.


Think big. 

Why apply for a job when you could own the company? 

Why be around people who discourage your feelings when you could be immersed in a healthy, thriving ecosystem of individuals?

Why be saddened by your current state of health, when you could take actions to improve it?

Don't be luke warm... Don't Settle. Take small steps forward and eventually you've traveled miles.

A quick note on how what you are consuming is directly effecting your mood.

(and things we can do to have happier days.)

December 2019

If you havn't heard already, the brain and gut are basically two sides of the same coin. You could argue for hours on which one influences the other more, but let's just jump to why it matters-

"Scientists have found that gut bacteria produce many other neurotransmitters such as dopamine, norepinephrine, acetylcholine, and GABA, which are critical for mood, anxiety, concentration, reward, and motivation. The gut microbiome can cause changes in how our brains react." -Marwa Azab Ph.D. / Neuroscience in Everyday Life

Sluggishness, boredom, continuously irritability and even depression- can all be improved upon with mindful improvements on our diet. Literally.

Major points:

-Try eating a table spoon of sauerkraut when you have an upset stomach or excess gas. (Bubblies has a great brand!)

 -Limit fried foods. We them in oils rich in saturated and trans fats that aggravate the stomach/stomach lining, causing diarrhea, gas, and stomach pain. Fried foods promote the growth of harmful gut bacteria too.

-Avoid taking antibiotics when you can. They are too good at their job of stripping our body of bacteria, so they take away the good as well as the bad. Good bacteria aid in our over all ability to take in nutrients, as well as how well we fight off bad bacteria. 

-Add a few pre-biotics to your diet. Leeks, onions, garlic, asparagus, whole wheat, spinach, beans, bananas, oats, and soybeans are a few of your everyday options!

It is important to note that out quality of sleep, amount of exercise and exposure to stress all alter our gut health as well. Keep a healthy balance of all three and your tummy will appreciate it.

Check out my sources below for more details on gut/brain health. 


Black Businesses"

What better way to support

black owned businesses 

than to spread the word?!

Please give this blog post a moment of your attention. These are a few incredibly inspiring business owners/brands I've encountered on my life journey so far.

Peaceletz / Nashville /

Dr Chantrice Holliman / Atlanta /

Pay The Artist / Atlanta / IG : @PayTheArtist 

BeauteVault / Atlanta /

Crystal Pleasures

TheDopeLocstress / Atlanta / IG: @TheDopeLocstress

Latisha B Russell / Atlanta /


EnviousGlamour/ Nashville / 

Hammond House Museum / Atlanta

TamedByTy / Nashville 

Robyn's Diamond Scrubs

SabriaPrice / California /

This life wont come easy- either way.

February / 2020

Whew. I really had a rough week and it ended in an excruciating visit from Mother Nature. And although I’d love to delve into the everyday headaches of PA’ing at the studio, I think it’d be best to jump to the reminder it gave me on my drive home; life is’nt going to come easy either way. 

If I choose to continue to chase my dreams and grow as an person/business owner, then it will not be rainbows and butterflies. While building new habits, there will be days when giving up in the moment and just dealing with the consequences later seems like the best thing to do. Physical fatigue will set in and it may be difficult to establish a healthy work/rest routine. Mental and emotional health will be taxed during the grind stages. That’s difficult.

If I choose a more tradition, safe route and get into a job that pays the bills, I know I’ll suffer in mental or emotional ways that will continue as long as I keep myself in that box. Days will always be long but unfulfilling and after some time, I won’t recognize myself as a creative. Plus I may lose that job for whatever reason. That’s difficult.

One of these results in a healthier, inspired, successful version of myself. (Also one that doesn’t have to work all year.)

One results in a perpetually depressing cycle that will probably sadden me to death (literally to death, considering how or emotions alter our immune/organ function- but that’ll be in my book :)

We have to choose our daily burdens with the future in mind or our future burdens will only worsen. Choose to work now, on yourself and your life’s vision. I know everyone reading this can think of some older people they know who just didn’t tap into all the potential they had. People who are so upset with life that their words and actions are often bitter and hateful. Make the choice to create the life you want and be happy in it, because even if you choose not to, life still won’t come easy.

My First Blog Entry

December / 2019

Never in a million years would have thought I’d come back to writing a blog. I started so many in my more... "dramatic" middle school days but kept forgetting my password, lol. I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to voice at the time but I think I have a better idea now. This blog is where I will lay my truths, health/wellness information and some of my day to day shahagins to provide a journal for myself and a peak into life as I build this Juke Enterprises empire.

That being said.

It wasn’t until yesterday that I realized how much work needed to be done for me to launch this book and website by “new year.” It's definitely common for me to bite off what could be seen as "more than I can chew," but I'll just take a sip of juice and fork it down.


I’m just trying to be great… but I’’ve experience what getting up at 5AM can do for your day so I know this rolling out of bed at 10AM isn't going to cut it. 

Tomorrow's a new day and I'll get back to it.

What working at TP studios has taught be about business.

I am SO grateful to have the opportunity to work with such well versed casts and crew. Here are a few thoughts I will carry with me as I build my career and company.

1. NO task is too big. Some jobs just need more attention than others.

2. Being extremely direct with corrections, saves time (and feelings in the long run.)

3. Going out of your way to take good care of your employees will always improve your bottom line. 

4. Taking ample time to plan your day-to-day operations will increase productivity ten fold.

5. A supportive group of employees can get a lot more done then a group that does not systematically help each other out.

6. Consistency throughout the workplace and within work relationships is a major key.

7. If you don’t love what you do in some way, your performance will never be at its best.