On the Cover: Stephanie Mark / @coveteur   

On the Cover: Stephanie Mark / @coveteur


Issue 4

Released November 2017 – Power + Influence Issue

In this issue we are focusing on women-owned tech and social media start-ups. You'll learn how to turn your blog into a business with advice from the Coveteur's Stephanie Mark, how to plan a "Boss Babes' Night In" and how to reset using hygge . The “She’s the Boss” feature highlights the start-up stories of Jodianne Beckford (the e project),Neha Charnalia (Switch Groceries), Janelle Hinds (Helping Hands app) and Brittny Skylar Robins (Flawless by Friday). Issue 4 also features health content from our summer pilot project, Myrrh. 

Photography: Rachel Pangilinan / @sincerelyimage  [*Finalist of the Canadian Magazine Awards –Mag Grand Prix. See more  here ]

Photography: Rachel Pangilinan / @sincerelyimage

[*Finalist of the Canadian Magazine Awards –Mag Grand Prix. See more here]

Issue 3*

Released May 2017/Updated July 2017 – Confidence & Your Brand Issue

This empowering issue focuses on building up your confidence and perfecting your brand as an entrepreneur. Learn why confidence is a valuable asset and strategies for building a healthy sense of confidence in yourself and in your business. This issue also features a preview of Fiona Humberstone’s upcoming book, Brand Brilliance. The “She’s the Boss” feature highlights several fashion and service-based businesses. And we learn “How to Fund Your Start Up” by using Emily Weiss (Glossier) and Noura Sakkijha (Mejuri) as case studies.

New this issue: view extended digital content featuring Lisa Zamparo, Rachelle Joaquin (QUINSCO) and Hayla Amini (House of Hayla).

Photography: Annelise Phillips / @east__co

Photography: Annelise Phillips / @east__co

Issue 2

Released November 2016 - The First Anniversary Issue

Celebrating the first anniversary of Curated Life’s launch, this issue recapped each MASTERCLASS event. The issue also focused on using entrepreneurship as a tool to create, innovate and facilitate social good. The “She’s the Boss” feature highlighted several STEM and art-based businesses. And the cover story focused on fashion designer Aurora James, who uses fashion to empower artisans in countries like Ethiopia, Kenya and Morocco.   

Photography: Kyle Kirkwood / @kylekirkwood_

Photography: Kyle Kirkwood / @kylekirkwood_

Issue 1

Released May 2016 - The Start Up Issue

In this issue you will find advice on S.M.A.R.T. goal setting and finding inspiration for your business.Written for millennial women entrepreneurs, by millennial women entrepreneurs; the inaugural issue includes content from contributors like:  Mary Young (Mary Young), Katherine Hague (Female Founders), Nikki Singh (Real Estate in Stilettos) and Chantel Chapman  (Holler for Your Dollar).