Have you ever wondered what taking a wheatgrass shot might be like? I had no intention of writing anything about my first experience with Wheatgrass, but as I looked back through my Instagram I thought about how peculiar it was, and wanted to share.
Small, quick things you can do when you work from home to improve your health and wellbeing.
There's many roads to healthy, glowing skin and I believe it's about what you're doing on both the inside and outside. I've compiled a list of things that I turn to on a regular basis to improve, maintain and repair my skin's health for the sharing.
I have the mentality and mindset that I want to go to the gym, and break a sweat, and work on my overall health, but the idea of doing that on top of everything else can be seriously intimidating. I've tried a few different gyms with a few different routines and just now about 4 years later I am confident in saying that I feel like I have cracked the gym/work/life balance code.
At this point I am basically a professional mover. Including my first move to Chicago in 2013, through my move to Evanston in 2 days, I will have moved 5 times in just over 3 years. #ProStatus Exhausting as it sounds, every single move was worth it. I've lived in a walk-up in Lakeview, a high … Continue reading Goodbye Chicago, Hello Evanston: Packing Tips
Cops are very particular and passionate about the law, just like doctors are about health, or firemen about practicing fire safety (see: Phoebe's boyfriend Vince). Someone like myself, who is very into social media and all of its purposes and benefits, is as you may have guessed, particular and passionate about how it is practiced as well. … Continue reading How To Not Act On LinkedIn: Know Your Platform
Yesterday on my commute home from work I was making my usual transfer from Red to Purple at the Fullerton stop and an older lady hops on at last second and asks me in her hurry, "this is the Purple Line right?" I advised her it was; she smiled gratefully and thanked me. It really … Continue reading Why More People Need to Speak Up On the CTA
I was always under the impression going green was pricier, as going organic/healthier has been known to be. The more I looked at some of the things I was already doing the more I realized it really isn't much more (if even more at all) to cut a few corners and starting adding a little … Continue reading Reduce Your Single Use: How to Go Green Without Going Broke
Below is a series of recent photos from my phone which also double as reasons why I have no business thinking about children in the next 1-35 years. I am pretty okay with it, but just thought I would share and see if anyone shares the sentiment (or random array of internet junk and creeper … Continue reading #NoThanks – All the Reasons I Have No Business Having Children
That's exactly what kind of Monday it was at work. Luckily for me, Jill, Charles Shaw and my bag of 2011 expired Nestle Tollhouse chocolate chips were to the rescue - and let's not forget the quality entertainment found in Juan Pablo attempting to know what the hell is going...ever. Also, Chelsie should have gone … Continue reading Bachelor Monday: B-Ball Shorts, Wine, and Homemade Cookies