Since we didn't hit all the attractions we planned to on the weekend, Charlotte and I went back to Chicago a few days later. (If you ever plan to take Metra to Chicago, note that it is more expensive on weekdays, and you're better off buying a weekend pass that is valid for both Saturday… Continue reading Water, Air & Art
It's been a CRAZY month and a half. From Charlotte's visit to Florida to Colorado. I look forward to sharing my adventures with you in my future posts! After our day at the Cubs game, Charlotte and I headed back to Chicago to check out some museums. We rented Divvy Bikes for just $3 for… Continue reading Exploring Museums in Chicago
Charlotte is now in town! She arrived on Thursday which was also my 21st birthday! We went to see the Clairvoyants at the Arcada Theater in St. Charles that night! Surprisingly, I didn't drink and haven't yet. The only alcohol I've been downing is the kind in cold medicine, unfortunately, lol. I had to get… Continue reading Cubs Won! What a surprise…
On my trip to England last year, I visited Caernarfon Castle in Wales. It was built between 1283 and 1323 and cost between £20,000 and £25,000. Edward I was king at the time. The castle was never completely finished, but from the outside, it looked to be that way. What I find fascinating about these… Continue reading Caernarfon Castle
Happy National Siblings Day! For those of you who have read my blog in the past, you may have noticed that I mention my "sister" at times, Charlotte, who I visited in England last year. For those of you who know me personally, you know I don't have any siblings but that Charlotte and I… Continue reading Happy National Siblings Day!
I visited the Sugar Factory in Rosemont with my family this past week for the first time, and it was quite an experience! First off, reserving a table is a must as you'd be waiting one or more hours for one without a reservation. Thankfully, we made a reservation as we expected this. We parked… Continue reading Like Sweets? – The Sugar Factory
Sorry, I missed posting last week. I was actually applying for an internship! I'm going to be leaving my job at Starbucks in about three more weeks. Three years with them is long enough for me, and it's time for a change. I'll be interning with Study Breaks Magazine as a writer for the summer!… Continue reading Personal & Travel Update!
I hope you enjoyed Feature February last month! Who was your favorite photographer? Leave me a comment below! If you missed any, you can check them out here! I'd like to give a huge thanks to all the photographers for taking the time to answer my questions! Now, I've seen many articles about traveling solo and… Continue reading Traveling Alone? Not My Thing
Name: Robert Instagram: shootwithrobert | # of followers: 19.5K Robert's Instagram shows many of the places on my bucket list that I'd like to visit in Oregon. His attention to detail and lighting, both natural and Photoshopped, are phenomenal. A lot of his photos are taken in Forest Park in Oregon, and each one looks dreamy;… Continue reading Robert: So much Oregon!
Name: Nicolas Lehane Instagram: nicolas_lehane_photography | # of followers: 3,679 Nicolas has a variety of nature, landscape, and seascape photos. You can see photos taken in various seasons; he has a nice selection of some beautiful trees covered in snow such as the one shown below! The occasional architectural photo can be seen on his page… Continue reading Belgian Photographer: Nicolas Lehane