If you ever have the extremely good fortune to meet Erin Loechner, founder of Design for Mankind, two things will happen. First, you will wonder to yourself, “How can someone possibly be this nice? It must be an act. It’s definitely fake. NO ONE is genuinely this nice!” Then, almost as soon as you’ve completed the thought, you’ll realize that Erin is indeed as nice as she seems and then some. She is the cheerleader’s cheerleader. Has more love to give than a greenhouse of Valentine’s Day roses. Is guaranteed to become your biggest cheerleader for life, even if your paths cross only for an instant. Erin is human sunshine.
The good news is that you can now bask in Erin’s glow without having physically to be in her presence. With the release of her new book Chasing Slow, Erin has condensed her essence into three hundred pages brimming with wit, experience, and soul. Chasing Slow is a memoir of sorts, but it’s also a frank and funny reality check on social media. On parenting. On life. Put simply, it’s a how-to guide for being a person in the modern world. Chasing Slow officially comes out on January 10 (that’s tomorrow!) so head over to Amazon and beam a little ray of Erin down into your life!