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ABOUT ERIN: fun facts

My weird hero types are meteorologists.
I am SO afraid of mice.  Birds that are too close are runner-ups.
Injustice of any kind ruffles my feathers.
Helping you motivates me to work.
I was the first person in my HS to graduate early.
We unschooled our kids all the way through school.
I've never done Karaoke and never plan to. :)
My grandpa called me "Stinker" as a kid because... well...
My Mom calls me "Pixie," and I call my daughter "Pixie Pie."
Hearing somebody chew is a big pet peeve of mine.
I'd want flying to be my superpower if I were a superhero.
Hallmark movies are my jam.

My favorite family tradition is sitting at the table to eat supper.
I am a sucker for a pretty rock.
I will believe just about anything with a good story.  Yikes!
I find myself hi-larious!
My first job was at a pizza joint.
I speak English, dog, and cat fluently.
I joined the Army at 17, hated it, but it solidified who I am.
I am loving, peaceful, and accepting.  (see above)
My favorite subject in school was graduating.  LOL
I've carried on my grandma's mac-n-cheese recipe.
I wear Birkenstocks almost exclusively.  My feet love me.
I absolutely love a good-hearted scare!

ABOUT ERIN: The Full Story

My Ultimate Mission:
To bring happiness into your life.

 

Hi, I’m Erin!

Are you tired of trying? I know I was. I have been working on it for over 25 years, and ya know what I got from it? Nothing. Well, nothing to show for it. I didn’t get the money I was chasing, that’s for sure. I was tired of keeping a positive attitude. I was tired of trying and failing. I was tired of admitting that what I was working on didn’t pan out – again. I was tired of reading self-help books and thinking I was implementing what I read, only not to get the results I was looking for. I was tired of the constant battle. The fight. The embarrassment. The plummeting self-esteem. The fact that I had to start over again and again.

If I told you that my life had turned around, how skeptical would you be? I would have been highly doubtful if you’re anything like I was.  I had hit a real slump in my life. Coronavirus was just starting, and my stress level was through the roof. I felt like I had so much to do and too much time to do it. (Does anybody remember that feeling?!) I broke down. I mean, I broke down hard. And thank goodness I did. Getting all of that built-up sadness, frustration, anger, and fear out of me and into the light of day, I reached for a better feeling. Well, I was able to take a step in a positive direction.

That step for me was recalling my favorite book of all time, “The Power of Your Subconscious Mind” by Dr. Joseph Murphy. I was reminded of the power that I had. Well, the power that book promised me I had. I have used it with some success throughout the years. More than anything, I loved how encouraging it was for me.

Tacking on another vehicle of improvement, meditation, was the next step. To say I “meditate” is using the definition loosely. I basically lay in bed and think – or try not to think – depending on the purpose of the “meditation.” I meditated and pondered and yearned for that power the book promised me so damn hard!

Within a day, I found another book, “The Power of Awareness” by Neville. I bought it off Amazon (why didn’t I buy stock in that business?) and devoured it when it arrived. I absolutely loved that book. Things started happening quickly by this time (about a week after my breakdown).

I’d have a desire for knowledge, and the answer would arrive serendipitously. It was one book to a course to another course – I was on fire! Well, I still am on fire. Things haven’t slowed down, and I am grateful for that. Very grateful.

To keep this from getting very long-winded, I have a little bit of back story to tell you.

I have a journal that I started on November 13th, 2012. I had told myself that I would have become a success when I finished that journal. I didn’t really use it for venting, like a regular journal. It was more for figuring out what I should “do” with my life – how I was going to make money. A lot of money.

Through those years (about 7 1/2 years), I tried to start the same kind of websites. I had the same types of ideas. I even unknowingly wrote the same booklet TWICE! While all of my ideas ran in the same vein, they were with different concepts.

Overall, my main purpose with almost all of my ideas was to help women live a happier life. I would take that purpose and dress it in a method. And that specific method would be what the website was centered on.

Okay, back to the present day. In one of the courses I took (Mike Dooley’s “Playing the Matrix for Livelihood”), he said that the only purpose you have here on earth is to be yourself.

How freaking liberating that was!!! All I need to be is me.

Who am I? Well, at the risk of coming across cocky (I’m not a cocky person), I came up with this list: I AM…
Happy
Loving
Helpful
Creative
Organized
A thinker/ponderer
A person who likes the woo side of life but also finding the science behind it – if there is any.

Yeah. That pretty much sums me up. 😉

Just in case you’re wondering, here are my stats:
* I’m a mom to three outstanding adult kids!
* Grandma to two amazing grandkids!
*Married since 1995 to a fantastic man and my best friend!
* Polite (when the occasion calls for it.)
*I have a dark side, which is where my naughty drawings come from.

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