Stylized stories of trailblazing women, some from the past and some from the present…to inspire leaders of the future.
Follow the Co-Founders, creative collaborators, launch partners and steadfast supporters of ELEANORA down the rabbit hole as they celebrate their ‘very merry unbirthdays’ in a special and very personal anniversary issue about the power of preserving just enough whimsy and wonder throughout one’s journey in life.
Musings on all types of topics, both the timeless and the timely, contributed by women from diverse locations who are journeying their respective paths of life.
Photography courtesy of The CE Group By Janet Holliday | April 2019 I am often asked what the most important key to my personal and professional success is. Obviously, it is a hard thing to pinpoint as each person has their own journey. However, no matter the...
Photography By Carli Rene of InkedFingers By Jenny Little | April 2019 W e live in a world that is very complex. Our society is now so globally interconnected that our connection with the people around us has to be maintained with conscious effort. This...
Image sources By Eleanora Morrison | March 2019 A s much as the fearless female movement makers whose voices are emerging from the Hollywood hills today are inspiring and uniting, I have always had a nostalgic fascination with the women of 'Old Hollywood,' like...
In a decade that has been transformed by the term influencer, we are on the cusp of a new age: an age where Instagram following is no longer enough, and the lasting voices of impact will be measured by those who are creating legacy through empowering and educating others–not just on-line, but off-line, in person and in real life too. The future…the what’s next will be designed by those rooted in 360-degree influence.
Inspiring conversations with public figures on career successes, defining greatness, creating community and more.
Welcome to the streets of SXSW…
The South by Southwest transformation that takes place in Austin, Texas every Spring is an enigma. In what seems like an overnight urban set change, a community of innovators and creatives pops up and transforms downtown Austin into an immersive, interactive and imaginative experience that for the wandering festival goer feels as if you’ve been planted in an alternate (and much more magical) dimension.
We are the collective voices of the movement makers, the movers and shakers, the pioneers and the innovators. Get to know the sisterhood of #ELEANORA360.
Three equally entertaining women from three very separate locations weigh in on life and its many adventures in their distinctly authentic voices; these quick-read beats will draw you right in and always keep you craving next month’s entry.
READY IN THE WINGS
By Christina Cate
San Antonio, TX
King of New York | May 2019
Most good Southern girls have big, big plans for Easter weekend. Pastels, egg hunts, church. My Easter weekend? Sliiiiiightly different. After Spring Break, my curiosity got the best of me and I looked up flights to New York. You see, my best friend lives in the city and I’ve made it a point to visit him as much as I can. Well, curiosity got the cat AND tickets to the city for Easter weekend.
LIFE’S A JOLLY HOLIDAY
By Carly Clegg
San Diego, CA
I Have Confidence | May 2019
It’s 4am on a Saturday morning and after a night of what felt like Christmas Eve, I’m up at 4:01 with a ‘let’s do this’ attitude–that desperately needed to be fueled by coffee. (One of those *wake up before the alarm goes off because you’re scared you’re going to oversleep* kind of mornings.)
Miraculously, my husband and I are in the car, on time, headed out to Palm Springs from San Diego for no-not Coachella, not Stagecoach; but for a Create & Cultivate Panel to network, talk shop and grow my professional community. V efficient (and cheaper) than a music festival, I’m just sayin’.
…AND ANOTHER THING
By Alyssa Haddad
New York, NY
Keep Your Gemini Friends Close And The Other Half Of Them Closer | May 2019
You guys, Spring is here. The sun is out, flowers are blooming, and I’ve already been attacked by a swarm of bees. I, like most humans, love Spring. In New York, the first true day of Spring is like turning a light on in a basement. We all come crawling out of the caves we’ve been hibernating in, desperate for our eyes to adjust to the brightness, thankful for the touch of warmth coming from something other than our microwaves. When Spring hits in New York, we know that it’s finally time to break out our leather jackets and hit the nearest rooftop bar.