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Erin K Moffat
Erin K Moffat

Erin Moffat is an actor, writer, and make-up artist presently residing on the east coast. She considers her coolest accomplishment to date as writing, directing, and starring in an original musical Bucket List of Unbroken Dreams: Erin K. Moffat the Musical. The musical comedy follows her on a journey into her past as she attempts to “unbreak,” her broken childhood dreams. The essence of the story is about persevering against the odds, not giving up on your dreams, following your heart, and believing in yourself. Erin is attempting to make her mark on the world through song, comedy, and a few sweet dance moves. Her current Bucket List Goal: is to move to L.A. and her Bucket List Wish: is to fly like Peter Pan or Mary P. Erin aspires to start her own film production company.

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Christmas Overreactions: 1987 Style!

My family has an old home video, which mysteriously disappeared a few years ago. No one will admit to knowing of its whereabouts. It is an old VHS tape with the tiny strip sticker reading in my Mom’s delicate handwriting Christmas 1987. Why is this video so special you ask?

1. This video provides documentation that Santa exists, as my Dad accidentally left the video camera on all night. Yes, Erin Moffat there is a Santa Claus.

2. It also includes maybe some of the best Christmas morning gift opening overreactions of all time. Mostly, made by me!

The quote of the day being: “Just what I wanted! I do need this!” It also included A LOT of annoying screaming, obnoxious jumping up and down, and clapping all while screaming, jumping up and down, and slipping on wrapping paper. Out of control! Read More

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The controversial new TIME cover reads, “The Childfree Life: When Having It All Means Not Having Children.”

As someone without kids, I can tell you that I live in my grandmother’s basement, and I don’t have it all. I think “having it all” has an exclusive meaning to each individual—your life should be your decision. Someone once said to me, “I believe women can have it all, but not all at once.”

What is “having it all” anyway?

People always want something better, or something more. I’m not even talking about the other debate of settling for something that you don’t want. With or without the family, are we as people ever satisfied? Read More