Jacksonville Food & Drink

Get #FlatOutrageous at Tijuana Flats

Last week I was invited to try out the new #FlatOutrageous menu at Tijuana Flats. In case you’ve been living under a rock, tacos are my favorite (proof here) and Tijuana Flats is one of my favorite taco joints in town. So, needless to say I said, “Yes! Sign me up!” (Literally, that’s what my […]

Taverna San Marco opened in 2009 offering Jacksonville residents a seasonal menu and fresh perspective on rustic Italian fare. | ERINWIGGLE.COM

#NomNomJax Pizza Party at Taverna San Marco

Texas Hot Dogs in Jacksonville, FL offers 24 different hot dog variations representing different states as well as wings, barbeque, burgers, and more. // ERINWIGGLE.COM

A Dawg On Foodie Adventure at Texas Hot Dogs

The Jacksonville Food Truck Food Court Rally offers patrons the chance to try foods from various mobile restaurants. | ERINWIGGLE.COM

Jacksonville Food Truck Rally

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens in Jacksonville's Riverside features 5,000 pieces of art and 2.5 acres of gardens providing fun for the entire family. Find out more at erinwiggle.com! #ilovejax
Jacksonville History Things To Do

An Afternoon at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Last week, Emmeline and I took an afternoon trip to the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. A little known fact about me is that I love art history. I even received a minor in Art History with my Communications degree thanks to filling elective hours with art classes. Unfortunately I don’t remember much of […]

Discovering Jacksonville: Kingsley Plantation - a historical tale of slavery and plantation life in Northeast Florida. | ERINWIGGLE.COM

Discovering Jacksonville: Kingsley Plantation

Located on the northernmost part of Amelia Island, Fort Clinch State Park offers visitors recreational activities and a glimpse into life as a Union soldier. | ERINWIGGLE.COM

Discovering Jacksonville: Fort Clinch State Park

As Jacksonville's largest park, Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park offers miles of sandy beach, hiking and biking trails, camping, and fun for the entire family. | ERINWIGGLE.COM

Discovering Jacksonville: Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park

Jacksonville Locals

Life With An Oticon Bone Anchored Hearing Aid

The first thing that most people notice about my husband, Adam, is not his geeky sense of humor or even his boyish good looks but rather the small apparatus that’s implanted behind his right ear. What is often mistaken for a Bluetooth device or Cochlear implant is actually a Oticon bone anchored hearing aid, or BAHA […]

Budgeting In Style With Ashley Shelly

Inshore fishing with Capt. Leon Dana of Prime Time Charters. #JacksonvilleFL

Inshore Fishing with Prime Time Charters

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens in Jacksonville's Riverside features 5,000 pieces of art and 2.5 acres of gardens providing fun for the entire family. Find out more at erinwiggle.com! #ilovejax
Jacksonville History Things To Do

An Afternoon at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

Last week, Emmeline and I took an afternoon trip to the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. A little known fact about me is that I love art history. I even received a minor in Art History with my Communications degree thanks to filling elective hours with art classes. Unfortunately I don’t remember much of […]

That time I tried sensory deprivation therapy, aka floating in a pod of warmed high concentrated epsom salt and magnesium water, at H2Om Float Jacksonville. | ERINWIGGLE.COM

That Time I Tried Sensory Deprivation Therapy, aka Floating

December Events

Another Sober Saturday Night with Chris Young

Hi, I’m Erin Wiggle


Jacksonville native, outdoor enthusiast, foodie, creative, and bookworm. Sailor's wife and new mama to a baby girl. Follow my adventures! MORE ABOUT ME >>

Upcoming Events

  1. JMB Park Hop at Pirate Playground

    July 27th at 9:00 am to 11:00 am
  2. JMB Park Hop at Davenport Park

    August 1st at 9:00 am to 11:00 am
  3. JMB Park Hop at Ed Austin Regional Park

    August 4th at 9:00 am to 11:00 am
  4. JMB Park Hop at Jack Russell Park

    August 8th at 9:00 am to 11:00 am
Baby

10 Newborn Items We Couldn’t Live Without

I‘m happy to report that we’re two months into this whole “taking care of a baby” thing and that all parties involved are happy and rested most days. Praise be! We owe our success mostly to an easy baby but we’ve also developed a good routine and collection of tools that have helped us with this […]

How My Worst Case Scenario Turned Into My Greatest Miracle: Emmeline Grace’s Birth Story (Part 2)

How My Worst Case Scenario Turned Into My Greatest Miracle: Emmeline Grace’s Birth Story (Part 1)