“That’s the big question, the one the world throws at you every morning. ‘Here you are, alive. Would you like to make a comment?'”
-Mary Oliver

 

By day, I change diapers and write essays and design products and answer emails. I speak at international events, say another prayer, brew another coffee. By day I travel the world, or at least the grocery. I read another chapter and kiss another skinned knee and battle another bad habit. I fry bacon. I change my outfit. I refill my husband’s water glass and then style lookbooks and sing lullabies and search for that ubiquitous missing sock yet again.

By night, I write it all down here.


Author of Chasing Slow and founder of Design for Mankind, Erin Loechner has been blogging and speaking for more than a decade. Her heartfelt writing and design work has been showcased in The New York Times, Lucky, Parenting, Dwell, Marie Claire, Elle Decor, Huffington Post, and a two-season HGTV.com web special, garnering over one million fans worldwide. She has spoken for and appeared in renowned international events for clients such as Walt Disney World, IKEA, Martha Stewart and Home Depot. Now nestled in a Midwestern town, Erin, her husband, and two kids strive for less in most areas except three: joy, grace, and goat cheese.

To read more about her professional career, click here.
To read her “real bio,” click here.
To read more about her blogging history, click here.
To read more about her family, meet her husband Ken, daughter Bee and son Scout.
To work with Erin, click here.

Erin is passionate about slow living, mold breaking and window-down, top-of-the-lung car singing. Welcome to Design for Mankind.