Las Vegas-where you go to make bad decisions. Vegas is the one city I have yet to fall in love with. Sin City attracts all types of people from all over the world. You have your freshly 21 year olds, your high rollers, the retired couples, and of course the bachelor/bachelorette parties. Continue reading “Weekend in Las Vegas”
This past weekend, I took a trip to the Pilsen neighborhood in Chicago and had brunch at S.K.Y. Recently featured in Chicago Magazine as one of the best new restaurants in the city. I immediately went to their website and browsed the menu. Both the brunch and dinner menu captured my eye. So I quickly made a reservation for Sunday to celebrate an early Mother’s Day with the madre.
For 2018, one of my new year’s resolutions was to take better care of my skin. I am fortunate enough to be blessed with some pretty great skin and I can confidently say, I get it from my mama. Her skin looks like a pre-pubescent teenager. Completely untouched with all kinds of high cheekbones and zero wrinkles in sight. Continue reading “My Nightly Skincare Routine”
At the end of 2017, I needed to re-evaluate my surroundings at home. I was feeling overwhelmed at work and just loaded with stress. I hated walking into my own condo and looking at old furniture that I had purchased with my ex-boyfriend. The more I looked at it, the more I wanted to get rid of it. I hated every piece of furniture in my home. My closets were crowded and had zero organization to it. My dining room table was falling apart and didn’t match anything in my home. My sofa was dark and too long. Continue reading “Marble & Velvet”
I am a Chicago girl, through and through. Everyone knows how obsessed I am with my city. One of favorite things to do in Chicago, is eat! Anyone who is anyone that has either visited or lived in Chicago, knows that we have some of the best food in the world. From the traditional Chicago staples (Chicago style hot dogs or deep dish pizza) to the number one restaurant in the world (Alinea).
If you haven’t met me by now, you may not be aware of my love for New York. It’s a city that grabs at my heart-strings every time I am there. Why don’t I live there you ask? Because I would have to sell my soul just to afford a month’s worth of rent. All jokes aside, it is a city I call my second home and would love to live there.