About B.E.

Jesus. Hubs. Grey cat. Black pup. Writing. Singing (badly, but loudly). Fall-colored leaves. Bedtime tea. Chocolate chip cookies. Getting lost in a novel. Fuzzy socks. Furry creatures. Audrey Hepburn movies. Inspiring quotes. Coffee mugs. Floral designs. Weddings. Bubble baths. Oversized sweaters. Soft leggings. Tree Hill, NC (it exists in my world.) Family time. Sobriety. Childlike-wonder. Christmastime. Face masks. Office supplies. Authenticity.

I’m Erin. I’m 28, and those are 28 things that sum my passions up currently.

Blissfully Erin was founded in 2015 as a way to express myself and possibly inspire others through my experiences. As time has progressed, I’ve come to find that I want to do whatever I can to be of service through my writing and help someone with my words and my transparency in them. My mission is fairly simple: Be intentional. Be helpful. Be kind. 

I spend so much of my time doing, and trying, and planning, and controlling, that I miss out on just being. One of my first posts on this blog was about simply being enough. Sometimes I get so caught up in having to be a certain way that I forget to simply be. As I am, as the person who is so very enough.

So this blog is to help me simply BE. Be myself, be intentional, be helpful, be kind. Be Blissfully Erin. I invite you to join me.

3 thoughts on “About B.E.

  1. You say, “I am enough.” I didn’t bother to read further. I hope you believe in the possibility and even the duty of moral growth. I sure do.


    1. Hi, Sharon! Absolutely do I believe in it, in fact, I hope for it! The article touches on my stance about growth if you do get a chance to read it. I’d love to hear your feedback on it! 🙂


    2. Sharon- Just a few lines down from “I AM ENOUGH”, she went on to explain what “ENOUGH” means. Enough = “striving to better myself and make progress in all aspects of my life”, “not done progressing….emotionally, spiritually, mentally”, it means “stop being someone you’re not, be the best version of ourselves”…….. that explains her belief and duty of growth.


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