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See + Eat: Harold Washington Library + Animale

Poet Carl Sandburg described Chicago as the “City of the Big Shoulders” in 1916, and the city carries that moniker proudly to this day. Having called Chicago my 3rd home (Bangkok –> Seattle –> Chicago) for over 4 years now, there are still many cultural and historical attractions I have yet to…

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Birthday Celebration – Staycation at Conrad Chicago

How do you normally celebrate your birthday? A get together, a special outing, or a trip to somewhere exotic perhaps? This year for my birthday I wanted to take a day off to relax, unwind, and explore without venturing far from home. Catering to my wanderlust-induced spirit without compromising quality…

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Walk Down Memory Lane 2016

2016. Saying goodbye to 365 days of lessons taught and learned, to moments of tears and laughter, to choices of holding on and letting go. A year where I’ve met people that made me laugh a bit louder and smile a bit brighter. A year where I fought hard for what…

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Story of The Wanderliste

People are like novels. Some may have embellished covers that strike a chord with the masses, while others exude more subtle allure, whose words with each turn of the page, become more riveting and real. We are intrigued by the title, the aesthetics, the binding, the resilient first layer.…

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A Northern Island

Today’s travel post is dedicated to Northerly Island, a series of manmade island that offers beautiful strolling paths and a sweeping panoramic views of Chicago’s lakefront. Come stroll through wild prairie grasses with me as I talk about its creation and how it’s contributed to the blueprint of the Chicago flag!…

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Speedy Getaway at the Garfield Park Conservatory

There’s no shortage of scenic getaways in Chicago worthy of #nofilter shares on Instagram. Garfield Observatory, often referred to as “landscape art under glass,” definitely fits the aesthetically-pleasant bill. Nestled on the West side of Chicago along Central Park Avenue, the lush flora and tropical temperature within the confines of beautiful stratified…

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The Heart Of Downtown

Happy Friday lovelies. For today’s “Travel Friday” post I’m taking you with me to the newly-renovated Riverwalk by Upper Wacker Drive, the urban oasis right in the heart of Chicago.…

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Maggie Daley Park

In light of the traveling spiring I’ve adopted this month, I’d like to take you with me to a new Chicago installment known for its intricate & well-crafted architectural designs. Maggie Daley Park, a 20-acre public park west of the Loop, is the 2nd stop on my Travel Friday posts. Care to dive in…

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For The Love Of Roscoe

Renaissance villa houses circa 1850s. Vast array of multi-cultural cuisines. Family-friendly parks and recreational areas. That was my impression of this exuberant Chicago neighborhood when I first set foot upon the four corners of Damen and Roscoe. Come walk down memory lane with me as I reminisce on one of my favorite outings this summer…