My Taste of Chicago

Local Chicagoans will tell you that Taste of Chicago is something you need to experience… once. It’s more so a tourist attraction nowadays and while still very good, most Chicagoans know there are hidden gems that don’t even participate. Having lived in Chicago for a brief stint, I decided to share with you some of … More My Taste of Chicago

Email Blog Help

Growing your site can be exciting, to say the least, especially as you begin to acquire more followers. However, for the technically uninclined, I want to share a few pointers to avoid some common issues you might face. Today I’ll cover emails. Email Notification As your site begins to grow with content and users, you will … More Email Blog Help

The Game Plan

“Da game is to be sold, not to be told” – Snoop Dogg Pre-Game I chose to share my abbreviated game plan with you, not because I have one (a lot more intricately detailed) or because of other people who might also have one, but because I know there are those who don’t. I want to … More The Game Plan

G.O.O.D. Music

So I was listening music (something I do every day) when I thought to myself, “wouldn’t it be fun to make a story using only music lyrics”. I have too much music to attempt that without omitting someone, so I decided to use Kanye. With over 200 songs (14 Hours & 40 Minute to be … More G.O.O.D. Music

Bigger Than Me

Reflection Rarely do I stop in the moment & think about the impact another person’s actions have on my own life, given what they choose to do with theirs. It’s not that I don’t care or that I’m not interested either, it’s just subconsciously, I don’t think we as humans consider all the effects unless we’re … More Bigger Than Me

The Breaking Point

“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – Martin Luther King Jr. For those familiar with the quote, I’m sure you understood to what degree of challenge & controversy he meant when he spoke those words. … More The Breaking Point