OC Mom of Four and Stage III Cancer Survivor Shares The One Thing That Could Help To Save Your Life
An advanced Stage III colon cancer diagnosis was the last thing I expected to receive at 37-years-old. I was living the average life of a...
I’m Erin Soto. I’m a proud working mama of four living in Rancho Mission Viejo in a country-coastal community of Southern California. I am a cancer survivor, love to cook, devour books like my life depends on it and think cherry flavored bubbly water, fancy lattes, and dark chocolate are luxurious treats we should incorporate into our daily routine. I’m probably most well known as the author of my debut book Mother Fighter (which I wrote as a supportive roadmap to help others live beyond cancer). Long before I wrote my book or hosted the first Butt Kickerz VIrtual Run (or walk!) to march for colon cancer awareness or founded a cancer awareness apparel line —Mother Fighter Street Style— I worked in marketing and business development for The Walt Disney Company.
This blog is the evolution of my life well lived beyond cancer. It is inspired by my desire to leave a lasting legacy in my best effort to help others live with more meaning and purpose after I discovered ways to live more fully over the last few years. Here you’ll find posts dating back to my cancer journey and beyond…from plant based kid tested and approved recipes to family friendly summer activities and crafts, to loungewear that I love to practical advice for living with more joy or improved health and wellness, my intention with every post is the same: to give you tools and show you everything that is possible for you to live your highest and best in this precious gift of life as you know it.
What is the coolest part about hosting a blog? It’s full of free valuable content. I hope you find it helpful and I that you’ll check out my social feeds which all have different content to share. Above all else - remember this… I want you to know that you are not alone in the messy work of seeking meaning in your life and I want for you to live yours wildly free and audaciously full of purpose. – Erin