What I’m Reading

Yesterday I started Devil In The White City by Erik Larson, and so far, I'm enthralled by it. The book is about end of the 19th century Chicago, the 1893 World's Fair, and serial killer H.H. Holmes. History and crime! What's not to like? Plus, I like Larson's writing. He is descriptive, factual and maintains… Continue reading What I’m Reading

Brunch & Bad Boys

On Sunday afternoon, I attended a very fun kind of brunch where your stomach hurts from laughter, large quantities of rich food and mimosas. We celebrated my dear friend Sarah at a newer restaurant on North Avenue, quite close to Wells Street. Two Lights Seafood & Oyster has been around only seven months and apparently,… Continue reading Brunch & Bad Boys

On February, Your Twenties, and Joan Didion

Hello, it's been a week or so since my last post. Haven't been particularly inspired by anything; sometimes you just need to live to be inspired. Friday night became quite the extravaganza I didn't expect and normally wouldn't like as I was more or less a sleeping-and-eating machine the next day and my plans to… Continue reading On February, Your Twenties, and Joan Didion

The State of The Possible Unions

Let me start by saying that my goal is not for this to be a personal rant. Not at all. I simply am curious to see if my opinions on the dating scene resonate with anyone else. I've been discussing the sheer difficulty in regards to meeting singles nowadays with a variety of people: friends,… Continue reading The State of The Possible Unions

February Goings On

Hello all! How is everything going with you? I feel that many of my friends are going through a surge in busyness in the business realm and I am no exception. Sometimes it's hard to find the energy to write after a long day, but much like working out, it makes me feel better when… Continue reading February Goings On

Winter Blues

It's been a really odd week, to say the least. The dangerous weather in Chicago on Wednesday and Thursday left a lot of people cooped up in their homes for safety. On Wednesday, I did not leave my apartment one time, even though it looked beautiful outside with bright, clear blue skies and an appearance… Continue reading Winter Blues

Back At The Opera

On Thursday night, at the tail end of the Polar Vortex in Chiberia, I attended the Lyric Opera of Chicago for the second time with my friend Sarah! We saw La bohème, an opera by Giacomo Puccini, directed by Richard Jones, and conducted by Stegano Sarzani. Though I absolutely loved seeing Il trovatore a few… Continue reading Back At The Opera

New Netflix Recs

Let me start by mentioning a woke up with my bathroom ceiling caving in and leaking water this morning. On top of stress I'm dealing with, this was not the surprise I wanted to deal with first thing on a Sunday. It further supports the notion that I ought to move when my lease is… Continue reading New Netflix Recs

I Tried The KonMari Method

This week, I decided to check out a newer series on Netflix called, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Seeing the words, "tidying up" immediately caught my attention because while I'm certainly not at an OCD level of tidiness, I really like for my personal spaces to be neat, both and home and work. Marie Kondo is a decluttering guru,… Continue reading I Tried The KonMari Method