La Dolce Vita

Been craving some of that dolce vita lately. Since I just got a new fabulous job, my travel plans have been restricted to long weekends for the next few months. I’m not complaining about it, I figured it’s actually the perfect time for me to do more exploring in the US . I feel like…

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Boston Bazaar

During my quick east coast visit last weekend, I was able to squeeze in some time to visit Boston. More like, I went to Boston to visit my brother who is currently living there and managed to “squeeze” in some time to wander around. Lucky for me, the weather turned out to be absolutely perfect…

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Birthday Cray

I celebrated my birthday in Chicago for the first time last weekend. It was an epic three-day weekend celebration, to say the least. I usually travel on or around my birthday as this has been a tradition I started many many moons ago. But since this was my first birthday celebration since moving to the…

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A Sweet Life

I am very happy be a part of Time Out Chicago’s Tastemaker squad. I was invited to my first event which was a dessert tasting at Fulton Market. Kudos to all participating vendors for the yumminess that surrounded me. On top of that, Fulton Market is a cool venue for something like this. #TreatYoSelf  …

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Chicago Life: Sweet Tooth

The past two months in Chicago had been a blur. I quickly learned to navigate the neighborhoods without a GPS and discovered hidden gems along the way. Most importantly, I’ve been busy stuffing my face with some of the best food in Chitown. Besides trying out different cuisines from around the world, I’ve also been…

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Food Trip: Japanese Street Food

While traditional Japanese cuisine is known for its elegance and luxury, Japan’s street food culture has become increasingly popular and as pertinent. It is not like your typical street food. Usually, you can only find street food during festivals or at popular tourist spots. If you are not familiar with Japanese street food, most of it…

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