AUTHENTIC STORYTELLING & CONTENT CREATION
with a touch of humour and pinch of wit...
Hello. My name is Morgane.
I'm a copywriter, content creator, a speaker, a workshop and podcast host, an event-operations-communications manager, and so much more than those titles.
I live to write stories, (be) inspire(d), bring people together and create meaningful moments. I love it so much that I wrote a book called Have Your Cake And Share It Too.
I work with humans (mostly) to help them unleash their creativity and support them in their projects around community, the future of work and the future of living. I also specialize on community architecture (customer journey, tone of voice and on-offline space design for bringing human back at the center and nurture collaboration).
This is what I can do for you
The Power of community is real, and it can bring chaos or flow.
My job is to support human centred companies and projects in finding ways to create the right conditions for a genuine and strong community to blossom, and put processes in place that will nurture engagement, belonging and accountability.
People don’t buy from websites that don’t appeal or apply to them, so your words need to hit the mark from the get-go.
I specialise in writing persuasive, SEO-driven copy that’ll bring more people to your website, and convert more clicks, without letting your Story lose its soul.
Content Writing & Social
Blog articles, social media and newsletters are great for building interest and trust in your brand. which are essential if you want to form long-term relationships with your community.
If you’d like a powerful online presence but don’t know where to start, let me help.
Why the name Life on 5th?
The name "Life on 5th" comes from the combination of:
- A real space, on the top floor of a collective where I found answers to questions I never thought to ask. It is in that space, within that Community, that I started to unleash my creativity and explore my full potential.
- A theorical space, the top of Maslow's pyramid.
Today "Life on 5th" it is a constant reminder that it takes community to reach self realisation.