Editor's Letter: October 2015

October's Editor's Letter talks about the importance of storytelling and introduces Guest Style Editor, Carly Burson - founder of Tribe Alive.
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October's Editor's Letter talks about the importance of storytelling and introduces Guest Style Editor, Carly Burson - founder of Tribe Alive.
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When I think about my work at Clementine and reflect on the content that motivates and inspires me, it typically comes down to one consistent theme: storytelling. Whether that is through an interview, essay or recipe, I love sharing the journeys, struggles, and triumph of women; not to mention tips and tricks to help create and better the everyday. I believe it’s in the stories we tell that help us find our own voice, and live out our tales of courage.

So it seems only fitting that our guest editor for October is a woman who has made it her mission to elevate the stories of women across the globe. This month we are honored to partner with Tribe Alive and welcome founder Carly Burson as our Guest Style Editor for October. Carly and her team will share a handful of stories all month long: ones of family, career pivots and the best accessories to gear up and have you travel ready for the holidays. Later in the month we will be profiling the work of Tribe Alive first hand and founder Erin Loechner will be coming along for the ride, so be sure to keep your eyes out on our social feeds. We could not be more excited to work with a brand whose mission is to better the everyday for women everywhere!

Join us this October, at our new and improved site for you, as we share features on wellness, culinary exploration, personal inspiration and our search to find the perfect fall nail color. I hope you find daily encouragement here to live out your story because we all have one, in fact – we all have many stories...and there is power in numbers, friends. 

xo

Amanda Carter Gomes