Saving the wor(l)d – one story at a time
At Wordrobe, we pull out all the stops for stories centered around women in their 30s. Based on one-on-one conversations, we put their personal stories about choices, goals or twists & turns to (digital) paper. While our community couldn’t be more diverse, us 30-something women are connected through more similarities than meet the eye. Wordrobe came to life out of belief that every story has the power to inspire and engage.
Evelien went from a broken Olympic dream and a ruined trip around the world to building her business to freedom: “I’ve learned to turn tears into opportunities to grow”
Alicia struggled with the emotions of a young mother, but consumed every bit of information out there: “Embracing all the changes make you feel better equipped”
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Words about Wordrobe
“Anne was a wonderful addition to our newsroom. She engaged readers with her charming “Intern Files” column, which chronicled her travels and impressions of Canadian life. I was particularly impressed with the quality of her writing.”
“In my experience, Anne-Fleur ‘gets it’. She has worked for us and our clients for some years now. She understands what the client asks for. One of her strong points is ’empathetic’ storytelling. Anne-Fleur is able to translate the human side of a story into a text that influences audiences by triggering feelings of empathy.”
“Ever since she was little, Anne-Fleur has adored stories and books. She’s always had an interest in words and language. At a very young age, she kicked off her writing career as editor-in-chief of “‘t Gazetteke”, a publication in which she gathered (fictional) news from showbizz. Her sister and I cheered her on as her enthusiastic reading audience. Throughout the years, her style has evolved into one that’s dazzling, powerful and straight to the point. I’d recognise her personal touch anywhere. The stories she’s been writing are moving, captivating and mature. They’re a strongly connected duo, Anne-Fleur and her magic pen.”