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Rocksbox.

Rocksbox.

November 02, 2015 1 min read

One of my favorite things to do is borrow jewelry from my best friend. She has this beautiful collection of statement necklaces and while I have a few of my own, I’ve already over worn them since they do just as their name says and make a statement. So when Rocksbox approached me about their […]
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Letting go and Letting God – my journey as a single woman shared on Verily

October 23, 2015 2 min read

Last month I realized that my five year old self was still inside of me throwing tantrums about being single at age 27. 5 year old Erica only dreamed of a  handsome husband and a crew of children. She expected to be married by now and is not pleased that it’s not all going according […]
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Best Women’s T-Shirts

October 07, 2015 2 min read

I do most of my clothing shopping at thrift stores and yard sales. I love the eclectic pieces that I find. However, it is rare that I buy shirts this way. I’ve been getting frustrated with the amount of skirts and bottoms that I have collected without tops to pair. I’d bought a few blank […]
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Fall Classes.

Fall Classes.

October 05, 2015 1 min read

(photography by Meredith Amadee) Be A Heart classes are finally coming to Los Angeles!!! I couldn’t be more excited to have been invited by the new studio in my own neighborhood, Makers Mess, to teach four classes over the next two months. (photography by Meredith Amadee) I am totally humbled and honored to be amongst so many amazing […]
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Caritas Podcast.

Caritas Podcast.

September 28, 2015 2 min read

It’s Monday morning. I’ve just sat down at my desk and have taken a few breaths before I opened my email. There is this great excitement in the air – Pope Francis’s visit to the US has given us so much to reflect upon, the supermoon coinciding with the lunar eclipse last night which hasn’t […]
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Stop taking the scraps.

Stop taking the scraps.

September 22, 2015 2 min read

When I lived in Brazil, a seven year old boy lived with me. His name is Daniel. Daniel was found when he was two with his brother eating the garbage and rats were eating his belly. Their mother was young and unable to care for them, caught in her own addictions and poverty. So the […]
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Personality Types.

Personality Types.

September 21, 2015 2 min read

Alex and I have been really into the Myers-Briggs Personality test lately. Have you ever done it? I did it back in high school, again in college, last year at my job and again this year. I get the same thing every time, INFJ. He is an ENFP. We’ve been asking all of our friends […]
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Sharing my heart.

Sharing my heart.

September 15, 2015 1 min read

Last week a couple of the women who run Verily reached out to me to see if I would be willing to write an article for National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month. Verily is a women’s fashion and lifestyle website that’s “less of who you should be, more of who you are.” Their mission is to empower […]
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Revolution of Love.

Revolution of Love.

September 15, 2015 1 min read

I was so honored when I received an email from Bobbi of Revolution of Love asking if she could interview me for her Saturday Spotlight: Celebrating those who bring beauty into the world. I am a woman of many words so my answers are pretty lengthy. She asked me things like when did I know […]
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Dream Studio.

Dream Studio.

September 08, 2015 2 min read

I got back from Phoenix late on Sunday. Had two very successful workshops and got to witness the beautiful wedding of my clients in Tucson. It was a very hectic week so yesterday I spent Labor Day at the beach with my best gal pals. I have a back up of client work that needs […]
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How to help Refugees.

How to help Refugees.

September 06, 2015 2 min read

We all saw the horrid photos of the washed up refugee boys. I was particularly moved by all of these illustrations. #DrownedSyrianBoy. #Syria have enough to count his death. pic.twitter.com/kXcQY7hyHa — HOPE SAROUT☆☆☆ (@HopeSarout) September 2, 2015 Yesterday I heard the plea of Pope Francis for all European Catholics to take in refugee families. Today at Mass, […]
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How owning my own business changed my spiritual life.

How owning my own business changed my spiritual life.

August 31, 2015 3 min read

I used to get a paycheck deposited into my bank account every two weeks. I knew its exact amount to the penny and I was able to budget accordingly. It took a long time to find that job, but I was employed while searching for a new job, so I never went a week without […]
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