Before age 30, Erin Loechner built a fan base of one million women worldwide and earned the title “The Nicest Girl Online” as she was praised for her authentic voice and effortless style. Though she received applause from The New York Times, friends and family, she was still left wanting more.
In her upcoming book Chasing Slow: Courage to Journey Off the Beaten Path (Zondervan, January 10, 2017), Erin shares her journey away from fast, fame and frenzy to a new-fashioned lifestyle of less. Less want, more contentment. Less busy, more rest. Less pressure, more happiness. Less striving, more acceptance. Less fast, more slow.
Erin joins us in this episode at Let The Music Play Podcast as we talk about surrender, abundance, grace, and letting go of the scorecards we tend carry in our lives.
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No matter the area of your life (time, money, friends, family, creativity), do you tell yourself there’s not enough?
Do you notice the overflow or potential for overflow in such areas?
Whatever we look for, we tend to find.
Everything changes when we decisively choose to see the abundance that surrounds us.
There’s an abundance of whatever you’re looking for.
Where things get scarce is with those who are willing to sacrifice the time, energy, and effort to draw and walk the maps to find the abundance of such things mentioned above.
The market will never take the blame – so we must.
If you’re thinking there’s not enough _________ in your world, perhaps the market is simply rewarding you with what you’ve been giving it?