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About Me

“Not all who wander are lost.” – JRR Tolkein

Travelholic. Gypsy Soul. Vagabond Heels. Soul Traveler.  Woman of the World.  Jet-setter.Land-locked Mermaid. Travel Advocate. World Citizen. Glass…

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Food Porn

I travel for food. I travel for drinks. And I prefer them with a view. Food is an important part of my trips. I  love trying dishes from around the globe, may it be traditional,…

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Chicago Guide

I moved to Chicago on January 2016. Follow me on my journey as I try to find my place in this wonderful city and explore every inch of it. On this page, you can read…

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Contact Me

I’d love to hear from you!

For business enquiries, you can send an e-mail to jen@jetsettingjen.com. For anything else, feel free to send me a message!

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Pudding $150

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Spinch $100

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my story

INTERVIEW

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Arctic Circle Photo Diary
By Jennifer Jane  Posted On 01-Feb-2018

Björkliden, Sweden

My Arctic Circle trip was memorable in many ways. With the short daylight time I had, I was able to take a lot of photos of the picturesque snow-covered landscape that surrounded me. I didn’t realize until I saw all my photos on the computer how much I…

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Arctic Adventure
By Jennifer Jane  Posted On 09-Jan-2018

The Arctic Circle marks the latitude above which the sun does not set on the summer solstice, and does not rise on the winter solstice. So why would someone want to go there in the winter? Exactly.  Because not that many people would think of going. It’s something different. Something new….

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Chasing Northern Lights
By Jennifer Jane  Posted On 08-Jan-2018

This post is sponsored by Hotel Fjället, but the opinions expressed are my own.

Let’s be honest, the goal of my trip was to see the Northern Lights. Seems like everybody has been to Iceland for the lights or has seen the Aurora Borealis somewhere…everyone but me. Those eye-catching and breathtaking…

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Holiday Getaway
By Jennifer Jane  Posted On 04-Jan-2018

For the first time in my life, I spent Christmas away from my family. This is my favorite holiday and my family are Christmas people. Traditionally, we always spend it together as much as we can. Needless to say, I don’t ever travel around this time. But the end…

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Angel No More
By Jennifer Jane  Posted On 28-Dec-2017

As the end of the year signifies another beginning, the timing of creating a new chapter could not be more perfect. About eight years ago,  somewhere in between traveling and working, someone has joked about me sending out email updates to friends and family so they can keep up…

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Christmas in Chicago
By Jennifer Jane  Posted On 20-Dec-2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year!

As it is only my second year in Chicago,I haven’t really taken the time last year to enjoy the city during this season. But this time, I was able to find my way downtown and finally check out the popular Christkindlmarket! I…

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my story

A FAREWELL TO ARMS

After every trip, I used to go back home and dread coming back to my 9 to 5 job. It didn’t bother me at first. I knew I needed a job to fund my travels, of course and I genuinely loved what I did for work. But balancing both has been progressively difficult. My wanderlust took over me at a tremendous rate and fighting it was part of a daily struggle. I reached that point where I began to ask myself questions: What am I doing with my life? Is this what I really want to do? FOREVER? Is there something better out there for me?

Yet, life has a funny way of answering your questions and giving you a shove when you need it the most. Ten years of hard work has put me on the path of great trajectory. I was encouraged and told to do so. Success was measured by how high up the ladder you climbed, or how big your salary was or how important your job title sounded. But the more I got deeper in its throes, the more far removed I was in the things that mattered the most.
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