About Erin

I am a work in progress, always.

I keep every card, scribble, post-it Jared writes me.

I wish I could travel each month to somewhere new. (Don't we all??)



I sing every word to every song I hear. Totally not annoying, I'm sure ;)

I dance daily. This is no exaggeration… Car-dance, Office-Boogy and Kitchen-Shimmy are specialties of mine.
I think I'm starting to see results from working out hard the past few weeks.

I really want to be out of debt.

I need to be out of debt.

I should spend more time writing and blogging and being creative.

I can always count on Snapchats with Robin to make me smile.

I like lifting weights… never thought I'd say such a thing!

I love mexican food more than I should.
I make a pretty amazing tortilla soup.

I always get excited over "real" snail mail.

*Can't remember where I originally saw this- but I've had it saved in the drafts for awhile as a prompt. Feel free to 'steal' and post as you please!*

35 comments

  1. I have saved everything from Keith and I too. Its in a box that keeps on growing! :)

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  2. I love reading posts like these. and I'm totally stealing it for today. :)

    You and I are Mexican food twins, I think. :)

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  3. OMG! I'm a random singer and dancer.. ahem, I was dancing to 80's music in the bargain grocery store yesterday and had quite the audience (little did I know, or care). I need a snap chat buddy!!!! (and snail mail too)

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  4. Love this post!! And I totally might steal it soon :) Also, I feel like we would be best friends in real life, with the exception of the whole Steelers/Bengals disagreement :)

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  5. No such thing as too much Mexican ;)

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  6. What is it about Mexican food?? It is just SO wonderful!

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  7. Love this post! And your travel shot of course.

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  8. Love the post! Yup, might have to steal it sometime ;)

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  9. I love this post! We could be twins, well, minus the dancing part because I am the worst dancer you can imagine. Girl can't dance! haha You need to share your soup recipe! Happy Tuesday! :)

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  10. I love lifting weights! And one of the main reasons I work out the way I do is so I can eat what I want and Mexican food is definitely one of my favorites!

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  11. Yes, yes I do wish I could travel somewhere new each month. And of course Mexican food rocks!

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  12. I love Mexican food way too much too. Now I'm craving it!! ;)

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  13. Ohh I may just have to borrow this :) I'm coming over for your tortilla soup - I've never had it but always wanted to try it!! I'd love to travel somewhere new each month too!

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  14. Dancing every day is a necessity. It is just too much fun!

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  15. First I am totally stealing!! LOL

    Dancing just makes every day better - it should be a requirement like lunch breaks - we get dance breaks!!

    Tortilla Soup should have it's own blog post!

    XoXo

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  16. Def going to take this idea soon! COME BACK TO PHILLY!!!!!!!!! :)

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  17. I recognize that first picture! ;) and I also wish I could travel more and spent more time being creative!!!! I also wish I enjoyed working out... I'll get there... haha

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  18. Hi, I'm Kelly and I'm a work in progress who loves mexican food too!! :)

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  19. I love snail mail also. Nothing like getting a card/invitation/package in the real mail!! I also like lifting weights (a lot more than I like doing cardio!)

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  20. Haha the dancing picture is really cute. And I love snail mail too- it's the best!! :)

    xo

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  21. All the working out ive been doing plus all the mexican food I eat probably isnt helping me tone up haha

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  22. Ole! And yes, I too have a "husband" box. He actually had zero idea about it until our anniversary. He finds it "dumb," but secretly loves it ;) And you go girl on those weights!

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  23. Only an INSANE man would get married in America today, considering how biased the divorce courts are against men and how useless 99 percent of American women really are.

    71 percent of men between the ages of 18 to 34 in America have no interest in marriage:

    http://www.pewresearch.org/daily-number/young-men-and-women-differ-on-the-importance-of-a-successful-marriage/

    And the following essay really explains very lucidly exactly why so many men are avoiding marriage:

    http://dontmarry.wordpress.com/

    Why Modern, Western Marriage Has Become A Bad Business Decision For Men

    And to all of you women asking "What happened to all the nice guys?", please read the following for an answer to your question:

    http://www.craigslist.org/about/best/lax/483318927.html

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  24. Cute post! I am right there with you on a lot of these :)

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  25. I love this so much. I think we're soul sisters and need to hangout sometime...because I feel like I would answer all of these the same way! haha

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  26. Love this post, Erin! I think I said me too on almost every single one!

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  27. YAY!!! Rock O'clock this afternoon girlfriend. You guys are doing AMAZING on your debt battles and your working out. Truly inspiring, my friend.

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  28. Such a fun list. I'm definitely going to borrow at some point!

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Thanks SO much for taking the time to read and comment on my blog! I read each one and love to respond and chat with you! :)