Author: Erika

Operations zealot, writer, & art lover tackling sustainable development by day and dreaming up her next backpacking adventure by night.
March 13 / / Travel Stories
October 15 / / Memoir
August 24 / / Travel Stories
June 10 / / Operations Zealot

After one year of wearing my work uniform, I share what it means to me now. Read on to hear how the work uniform has become profoundly more a part of who I am today and part of how I plan to make an impact in the world.

Read the PostOne Year of Wearing “The Work Uniform”

February 1 / / Life's Lemons

Coping with loss isn’t an overnight process, and for me it’s been one of finding the best parts of the person I’ve lost in the people who are still in my life.

Read the PostIf she were still with us

November 10 / / Art Lover

The more I live, the more I realize that life isn’t a dress rehearsal – that the legacy I want to leave started 28 years ago, not today or tomorrow. See how I’m moving forward in the wake of loss. Hint: it started with letting go of being forlorn and focusing on being thankful.

Read the PostIt’s just easier to be Thankful

June 11 / / Operations Zealot
June 4 / / Memoir
April 27 / / Life's Lemons
April 18 / / Memoir