A Good Laugh About Stand Up Comedians: HBO Crashing Season Two

**There might be spoilers.

If you’re looking for a good laugh this hibernating season, I have some exciting news – HBO’s Crashing Season Two airs Sunday, January 14, 2018. The show feels so real you can’t help to feel empathy for the main character, but at the same time laugh at the average day the show takes you through.

TV should entertain or inspire or tell a story worth telling. We’re so used to it being background noise or an excuse to hookup. That’s how I felt – I couldn’t get into TV. When I went to the pre-screening of HBO in Chicago, IL with the A. V. Club, I was surprised to learn that within the first few minutes of HBO’s Crashing, I was hooked.

Crashing is a comedy produced by Judd Apatow’s Girls, and stand-up comedian, Pete Holmes about the fictional character Pete Holmes, an aspiring stand-up comedian, whose life has been upturned by his wife’s affair. It follows Pete Holmes through his day job at Cold Stone Creamery and then his stand up show at night and then him crashing at various people’s homes as he tries to get back on his feet.

HBO Tells It Like It Is:

I think what I loved about this show was what HBO does best – tell it like it is. It’s what I loved about their other show, Insecure. But, that’s another post.

To stay in or to crash on a Saturday night – that is the question. Season 2 of Crashing is tomorrow night on @hbo. I’m so nervous about comedy #tvshows because I never find them funny but I couldn’t help but laugh out loud during the Cold Stone scene. I had more fun crawling up in this bed laughing at the hilarious life of stand up comedians with chicken and waffles (and a bar behind me) than I have in awhile. We all need to rent out furniture stores for parties. 💁🏻‍♀️#willworkforchampagne #HBO #peteholmes . . . #weliketoparty #happy #chicago #chigram #instagood #blogger #havefun #explorechicago #downtown #sogood #chitown #bloggerlife #behappy #ootd #girlboss #citychic #boots #outiftgram #jumpingonthebed

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Pete Holmes is living a (below) average American life. He has a day job at Cold Stone Creamery. You can feel his pain when a dad tries to tip him a dollar and he insists – please don’t tip me a dollar. And what happens next had me practically spitting out my champagne. You’ll just have to watch.

During Season Two, Episode One of Crashing, Pete sleeps with Ali, a fellow aspiring stand up comedian. After their hookup, he lingers and thinks it means more than what it was – a one night stand. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to hookup with someone and then in the morning have to creatively suggest how to get them out of your bed – this cringeworthy scene is for you.

After we watched the last episode of Crashing Season One and the first episode of Crashing Season Two, we were treated to a moderated Q&A with Pete Holmes and Jamie Lee by Marah Eakin, Senior Editor, The A.V. Club.

Pete Holmes shared that this show is actually based-off his divorce from his wife. And he really did have an awkward encounter with the first person he slept with after his divorce. I found this so interesting and more excited to watch since I share dating stories on Windy City Cosmo and my new podcast, Ok Cool, based off my life.

Preview of Crashing Season Two: 

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With the help of Ali, a fellow rising comic, Pete explores the alternative comedy scene, a world of comedy nerds, apartment shows and no-drink minimums, where he begins to thrive. As he continues to lean on the hospitality of comedy greats, Pete explores all types of comedy, from benefit  shows to the college market to roast battles. These diverse encounters test his enthusiasm and optimism, but also promise to make him a better comedian as he tries to survive the competitive world of New York stand-up.

Pre-Screening Party:

To celebrate the second season, Windy City Cosmo joined The A.V. Club and HBO for a party at a rented out furniture store because the only way to watch a tv show is on comfortable beds and couches.

It was definitely a new way of networking to sit in bed and be like, “can I join you?” while we talked about serious matters like freelance writers affected by Facebook and Instagram’s changing algorithms which have shut down publications. The juxtaposition made the night awkward and funny like the show.

Besides good people, there was also good food. I picked the bed with the bar behind it so I had champagne basically poured to me from bed. I feel like everyone should put a bar in their bedroom, but that might be dangerous.

We also had a full breakfast bar – amazing chicken and waffles, an extensive chocolate and glazed donut wall, and milk in various cereal flavors. The milk was definitely weird – it tasted as if I just had a bowl of fruit loops without the fruit loops.

If you’re going to watch Crashing, I suggest doing breakfast for dinner. It airs on Sunday, which is a nice day to relax and maybe make some mimosas and eggs while experiencing the life of a stand up comedian, Pete Holmes.

Cheers and happy hibernating!

Amanda Elliott is a writer and speaker and a relationship builder. She believes that meeting people in person is important. After attending numerous fashion, startup, and creative events, she founded Windy City Cosmo is 2015 to help people make connections in the city as they build their businesses, start and end relationships and see and be seen. Over the past three years, the entrepreneurs she’s interviewed have become the most successful in Chicago and Windy City Cosmo won an award in 2017 for her work for female entrepreneurs.

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You’re Ordering Your Coffee Wrong, 3 Tips To Change That

Have you ordered a bad cup of coffee? We all have gone to a restaurant, ordered something that didn’t taste good and then never went back cc: Yelp reviews. But maybe it wasn’t the restaurant, maybe it was us.

See, we all have different taste buds and preferences. So, when you ask a server, “what do you recommend?” it will be based on their preferences – not yours.

We sat down with Al Liu, Vice President of Coffee at Colectivo Coffee, a Milwaukee-based coffee shop opening its second location in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood (2261 N. Milwaukee Ave.) on Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017.

How to Order Coffee For Your Tastebuds:

Here are some tips to help you understand how you like your cup of coffee.

At Colectivo Coffee, they label their coffee with three indicators – RBA: Roast, Body, Acidity. We’re going to walk through all three to help you pick the right cup of coffee for you.

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The Coffee Roast:

“I like medium roasts,” I tell the barista.

Honestly, I don’t even know what that means – I guess that I am a person who doesn’t know what she likes, so she stays in the middle.

I like to think of roasts as where you end up than where you start. See, roasts indicate a few things.

So, when you say you like a light roast, you want more caffeine and more acidity in your cup of coffee.

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The Mint Matcha Latte is one of Colectivo’s most popular seasonal drink. Look for a “Cold Fashion” near New Year’s at the Logan Square location. It’s a cold brew coffee version of one of Milwaukee’s favorite cocktails.

The Coffee Body:

Next, we move on to the coffee’s body. This indicates the richness.

Al Liu compared it to milk, which ranges from Skim milk through Whole Milk. Skim milk is lighter and Whole milk is heavier and more filling.

When you sip a cup of coffee, let it sit on your tongue. How does it feel? Coffee with less body will be lighter (in terms of weight) and coffee with more body will be heavier.

At Colectivo, their Guatemalan coffee has less body, while their Brazilian coffee has a heavier body.

For coffee aficionados, acidity is described as “smooth” for lower acidity and “bright” for more acidic blends.

For me, I also noticed that this translated into the taste of the cup of coffee. The Brazilian coffee was more flavorful – I could pick up on nutty aromas. The Guatemalan coffee was lighter and when I took a sip of the Brazilian compared to the Guatemalan coffee, the Guatemala coffee was weaker to me. It didn’t taste as strong as the Brazilian blend.

The Coffee Acidity:

Interestingly enough, coffee acidity doesn’t indicate the pH balance. It’s a sensation that you feel on your tongue.

Take a sip of coffee and let it sit on your tongue. Once you’ve swallowed it, notice if there is a sensation on the back of your tongue. The stronger the sensation, the more acidic the cup of coffee.

In my coffee tasting at Colectivo, I noticed that I preferred coffee with less acidity.

 

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Al Liu, Vice President of Coffee at Colectivo Coffee, with Amanda Elliott, Founder of Windy City Cosmo, for Colectivo’s Logan Square opening.

 

Conclusion:

After sampling a few different blends, I realized that I like coffee with less acidity and a fuller body. So, while I came in asking for a medium roast, I should have ordered a darker roast.

Note that different coffee shops have different scales of roasts. So, a light roast coffee at Starbucks won’t be the same as a light roast coffee at Colectivo. Pay attention to the acidity and body of the blend, which will be a better guide.

Coffee Flavor:

The last detail to consider is flavor. Coffee’s flavor changes based on location. In Guatemala, for instance, there are three different coffee regions. In the highland regions of Guatemala, Huehuetenango coffee is grown, which has a fruity flavor.

One of the most popular blends for more than twenty years at Colectivo is the Blue Heeler, Sumatra blend.  Sumatra blends generally have a  heavier body and lower acidity, and they have spice which can range from roasted bell pepper to sweet tobacco, sometimes.

Pro Tip: If you do pick up a bag of coffee from Colectivo, they come as coffee beans. You can ask the barista to grind your coffee for you.

Colectivo Coffee Shop Opens in Logan Square:

Colectivo Coffee shop opens December 20, 2017, in Logan Square, its second location in Chicago, IL. The new cafe features an outdoor patio and year-round fire pit, operable floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and Colectivo’s signature unexpected design touches throughout, like vintage industrial mixing bowls transformed into indoor hanging planters.

Logan Square will offer a full menu of Session Roasted coffees, Colectivo Keg Co. house beers, Letterbox Fine Teas, made from scratch & delivered fresh daily Troubadour bakery items, all-day breakfast, and signature sandwiches made on slow-made bread.

Amanda Elliott is a writer and speaker and a relationship builder. She believes that meeting people in person is important. After attending numerous fashion, startup, and creative events, she founded Windy City Cosmo is 2015 to help people make connections in the city as they build their businesses, start and end relationships and see and be seen. Over the past three years, the entrepreneurs she’s interviewed have become the most successful in Chicago and Windy City Cosmo won an award in 2017 for her work for female entrepreneurs.

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Disney is Still Magical: Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas

It was magical. Thats how I felt watching the fireworks burst over Disney’s Castle at Magic Kingdom in Orlando, FL. Magic is what Disney and in this case, Mickey does best at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas.

I took a trip with my sister’s family to Walt Disney World to get in the Christmas spirit. It was my first time at Magic Kingdom as an adult and it was quite the experience.

We were only there for one night – Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. I had no expectations about lines or food or kids running around. Usually, the world is my amusement park – I love visiting cities like Seattle and LA. So trading in hiking and skyscrapers for Mickey ears and roller coasters is new to me.

Dressing Up for Mickey:

But it’s not new to everyone. From the moment we were in the parking lot – we saw the outfits and the Mickey ears and the t-shirts. This was a costume party and everyone couldn’t wait to meet their host – Mickey.

Even some of my favorite Chicago bloggers were going to Disney for the holidays.

But let me tell you, it took parking, a transit corral, and from there a train or a boat, and then a finger scan – yes they scanned our finger – to get into this party. Writing this makes me think the experience was similar to a James Bond film in slow motion. Que Trey Songz.

I think the Magic began on the boat when I saw the Disney castle. I don’t know if it was seeing Beauty and The Beast this year but I became a little girl inside seeing the iconic castle.

If You’re Going to Wing It – Here’s a ProTip:

From the moment you scan your finger, you enter into this magical space.

The first thing we did was read an article to with tons of tips. One of those tips was to make sure we had a plan. We had no plan unlike this guy. The other was to get the Disney Parks app. It tells you vital information like wait time for rides and for people like me who walk in the wrong direction, it’s the Google Maps for Disney.

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas party started at 7 pm but you could enter as early as 4 pm.

When we got to the theme park, we started with an easy ride – Swiss Family Treehouse – which is like walking in a well-built tree house. There was no wait and we got to see a great view of the Disney Castle. If you haven’t read the book, The Swiss Family Robinson about the shipwrecked family – it’s kind of fascinating. It goes in depth in how they used their resources on the island to survive.

Next, was dinner time! You could tell the theme park was probably at half the capacity because we could grab a table and eat with little commotion. They shutdown the park early for regular guests so that there were less crowds. Pro tip: you can bring your own food into Disney and I highly reccomend it, but also the Lobster Roll was on point.

Waiting in Line:

We then walked to our first ride – the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad – where you drop and turn through a haunted gold mining town. I was with my 5 year old nephew and we were so close to being next in line when he had to go to the bathroom. This is the part where I emphasize with parents taking kids to Disney. The wait time during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas was fantastic. We literally only waited 10 minutes to go on rides. I cants imagine having to wait for an hour and then your kid had a bathroom emergency.

So, this is the part where I go on my first roller coaster this year and I’m so glad my nephew wasn’t there to hear me scream (some obscenities). Honestly, right turns, dark tunnels and the fear of the unknown had me dropping more f*bombs.

My nephew and his dad came back and we were ready for round two. Well, this was my nephew’s first roller coaster and he didn’t like it.

So, after that, we had to think of something besides rides. We tried to get him on the Magic Carpet ride but it was too soon. I personally loved the Magic Carpet ride. We got to fly pretty high but the speed was slower so it was like a horizontal Ferris Wheel. It was low key and nice.

The Mickey Parade:

Up next, we went back to the Disney castle and saw the end of the Mickey show. One of the biggest events of the night was the Mickey parade. We waited with tired kids and rows of strollers and then it began. There were flips. There was the muffin man and Snow White. There was Aladdin and the Beast. And last but not least, there was Santa reading off names of boys and girls. Everyone was happy – all the performers had an extra bounce in their step and a forever smile on their face.

Fireworks Over The Disney Castle:

We finished the night in Tomorrowland at an underwhelming car ride. Our lips were blue from the free blue snow cones and we caught a second wave of energy from the dancing polar beers. We walked past the spinning tea cups and met back at the Disney Castle with a fireworks finale. The streets were lined and the iPhones we’re up as the Disney Castle lit up with shooting fireworks. My nephew was tired and so were a lot of kids at 10 pm. As we headed towards the exit and I saw the last firework fade, snow started falling from the sky. I still get goosebumps thinking about that moment. Thinking about how perfect and magical it felt.

We followed the parents who were walking with their kids fast asleep and hanging onto them. We took the ferry and then as we went on the trolley back to our car my nephew out his hands up in the air like we were on a rollercoaster.

We finished the night at the 24 hour drive thru Starbucks for some hot cocoa and then fell asleep too fast.

Disney: Why It’s The Happiest Place:

When I woke up the next morning, I hoped into the jacuzzi and thought about this experience – Disney is magical because your smile is met with a smile and everyone’s nice. Imagine a world where everyone is nice. Nice is nice.

I hope you spread the Magic this year where ever you are. To wear that velvet blue dress or red skirt and to wear it with arms that reach out and help someone with their bags and lips that smile back at a passerby, and patience in a time when there’s too many parties, too many gifts and not enough alone time and sanity.

Merry Christmas and happy holidays! I’m thankful for all of you – my loyal readers and inspiration and party goers. Let me know if there’s something I can do to make your spirits bright!

Amanda Elliott is a writer and speaker and a relationship builder. She believes that meeting people in person is important. After attending numerous fashion, startup, and creative events, she founded Windy City Cosmo is 2015 to help people make connections in the city as they build their businesses, start and end relationships and see and be seen. Over the past three years, the entrepreneurs she’s interviewed have become the most successful in Chicago and Windy City Cosmo won an award in 2017 for her work for female entrepreneurs.

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One of The Most Spacious Chicago Sports Bars Opens By UIC

If you want to chill on sleek black couches and take in 40 beers on tap or seasonal cocktails with front row viewing of your favorite sports game, then I invite you to Bracket Room, a new restaurant and bar located on 1315 S. Halsted St. by UIC. One of Chicago’s most spacisous sports bars recently opened at the end of summer and is catering to anyone who wants to get out and watch a football game with over 50 TV’s to choose from. But this sport’s bar offers more than just football games and beer. It also has a VIP section and a live DJ for parties on the weekend.  This will be Bracket Room’s 4th location to open, and the first Chicago location with plans for additional expansion in the city. Bracket Room is owned and operated by OHM Chicago LLC in partnership with Chris Bukowski.

“We are in the perfect location to embrace the University of Illinois, Chicago as well as the neighboring businesses, residents, and community,” said Chris Bukowski, the original founder of Bracket Room and partner at Bracket Room Chicago. “Our food and drink menu will be approachable, yet interesting with a wide variety of options, with some including a unique Chicago flair. Our array of over 50 televisions, including a huge HD projection screen, makes it the perfect spot to watch sports events, from not only your favorite Chicago teams, but everyone’s favorite sports teams.”

A couple menu items you will not want to miss include the; “The World’s Best Tots” and the “Lamb Lollipops.” When I sat down with the restaurant owner and former Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise star, Chris Bukowski, he insisted that I trust him as he ordered me these two “must haves.” And, I’m happy to report, that they were delicious!

 

As for this Chicago sports bar menu, it was adventurous and different. I was skeptical about the Philly Cheesesteak Rolls, which is an Asian twist to the Philly Cheesesteak. They were amazing and came with a tangy sauce.

Bracket Room is so much more than a sports bar – trust me – you can start with lamb lollipops and end the night with champagne and creme brûlée.

As far as cocktails are concerned, I enjoyed the peach twist to a Moscow Mule.

One of my favorite food bloggers, Katie from Appetite 4 Adventure also reviewed the restaurant. She enjoyed “The fresh Ahi Tuna Sashimi Salad was my personal favorite and everyone at the table really enjoyed it, too. Tuna is one of my fave proteins and it was cooked perfectly. The entire salad was well balanced and I really loved the addition of grapefruit. it was a great balance with the tuna, grapefruit, nuts, and ginger-soy dressing,” as she stated in her Yelp Chicago review. 

One of my favorite aspects of this spacious Chicago sports bar by UIC is that it is enclosed in glass garage doors. It was nice to take in the neighboring businesses (and the Chicago breeze) near UIC when I had appetizers and drinks there.

I’m excited to go back for these DJ parties I’ve been hearing about. And if you’re into happy hour, which who isn’t? Bracket Room has a Happy Hour menu Monday – Friday from 4:00pm – 7:00pm.

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Why I’m Running The Chicago Marathon 2017 For Charity

A marathon. A whole 26.2 miles Chicago Marathon. When I googled how to keep my battery alive for 26 miles, I got answers pertaining to car batteries and not my cell phone battery which has sadly died during a long run. 26.2 miles is long. It doesn’t seem as far because I run back and forth on the Chicago Lake Front or on the 606 Trail. But, it’s long.

And I knew committing to running the Chicago Marathon 2017 wasn’t something I could do when I signed up. I had to train for it. I had to mentally prepare for it. I had to eat differently for it. And let me just say, it’s less than 2 weeks until race day, and I still feel like I did when I signed up to run a marathon – I can’t believe I’m doing the impossible.

People do things every day and they don’t know why they do them. Sometimes, I think a lot of times it’s out of habit.

This year, I wanted to break some of my habits. My New Year’s Resolution was to be more committed to the activities and people in my life. I’m the girl that goes to a lot of events and dabbles in everything.

I like projects and new things. But, I also love results and making a difference. And those two things happen when I stay focused and I’m committed. So, when I went to church one February morning and wanted to become more involved, I didn’t think I would be signing up for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon that day. But I did. I signed up for six months of training, and also I signed up to raise money and awareness for Team World Vision, an organization that helps people in Africa have access to clean water.

Why am I running the Chicago Marathon: To Change Myself?

With your help, I’m running with Team World Vision to do a lot of things I’ve never done before.

Two very big challenges come to mind.

The first is training and running a whole marathon – 26.2 miles. See when you run a marathon – you actually have to run it. You are given 15 minutes per mile and after those 15 minutes are up, the road is re-opened. So, it wasn’t only distance. It was speed.

This is something that has challenged me both mentally and physically. My training started in April and ends October 8, 2017, when we run the Chicago Marathon. I have ran in thunderstorms. I have ran at midnight. I have ran at 6 am. I have started running to only run back to my apartment to go to the bathroom and then finish up the 12 mile run. It took me three whole hours to run those 12 miles, which in running world is bad since I had ran 10 miles in 2 hours a few weeks earlier.

I have ran in 60 degrees, and I have ran in 95 degrees. I have stayed home on a Saturday and not gone out on a Friday night just so I could run. I stopped going out to lunch every day at work and instead went to the gym to do Nike Training Club workouts or 5K runs.

I have tried running to podcasts. My favorites are The Robcast, Socially Authentic, The Political Gabfest, and Marketing Over Coffee.

I have tried running to Apple Music playlists. If you have any good workout music to share that isn’t house music I would love to discover new music.

Lastly, I’ve tried Audible and running to audiobooks. Thank you, Kevin Heart for recording an 18-hour audiobook, “I Can’t Make This Up: Life Lessons” that was actually funny and interesting.

Mentally Preparing to Race with Just Do It:

When I saw the miles go up on my training schedule I got afraid and you know what I thought of? Nike. I thought of “Just Do It”. I can either sit here and tell myself I’m too tired or it’s too late or it’s going to be a bad run, or I can just put on my shoes and go for the run. I never knew three words would take me on over 250 miles of running this summer. That’s a lot. And let me tell you I still have a long way to go in terms of fitness, agility, speed, focus, determination.

So, this was my first reason – I wanted to become a better person. I wanted to learn how to be dedicated to something and to transform my community by helping transform other communities. I needed to not give up just because it was hard or challenging or I wasn’t feeling okay.  

I was running for something more.

Why am I running the Chicago Marathon: To Change Lives

The second and most important reason why I’m running the Chicago Marathon is to put time and money into a cause that I can’t relate to, but that so many people have to live with on a daily basis. And, that cause is access to clean water. For me, I challenge myself to drink enough water that is purified and delivered to me, whereas a lot of people don’t have access to even begin to drink clean water.

I’m running to help raise awareness and funds for communities in Africa to have clean drinking water. The needs are real, but we believe that we can end the clean water crisis in our lifetime.

$50 = clean water for 1 person

Transform one person’s life by donating here. 

For the cost of  Starbucks for two weeks, we can transform someone’s daily life. This is huge! And I’m running because I think you can help me and we can do something bigger together.

Will you invest in the future and provide clean water for 1, 2, 3, or even more people in Africa? We can help change lives, together.

In 2016, 85% of World Vision’s total operating expenses were used for programs that benefit children, families, and communities in need. So the money raised is going to help this great need of helping communities have clean water.

I hope to be transformed through this experience – by giving my Saturdays and evenings to training my mind and body to this big goal of running the Chicago Marathon.

Most importantly, I hope to transform people’s daily lives through clean water. A lot of times we know that things are happening in the world and we don’t know how to help or we don’t see the struggles or the situation up close,  so we can’t see the true need.

Help Support Team World Vision:

There’s so much need in the world. There is. And sometimes I feel like I can’t make a difference. But we all can. We can take steps to live a better life and help other’s live a better life, too.

I hope to see you on race day, October 8, 2017. I’ll be posting about the places to grab lunch with your friends and family after the Chicago Marathon. Know that I wouldn’t be able to run without your encouragement and help. I’ve met about three people that have really helped me as I run this race. They’ve helped me with tips and training and we’ve helped each other grow in the process. We all need community and we all need help from each other. Whether that’s hugs, that’s a nice text message, a running buddy, or donating. I’m really grateful for your support.

I encourage you, to learn more about World Vision and start transforming lives today by donating here. 

I have to run! And get a few more miles logged. But I hope this encourages you to do something you never thought you could do and to realize that reaching out to people makes you stronger and also helps you accomplish your goals!

Thanks to Sponsors and Running Buddies who have supported the Chicago Marathon Training and Team World Vision:

Special shout out to bloggers: Katie from Personally Paleo, my first running buddy, and Sany from Chicago Food, Fitness, and Lifestyle Instagram Influencer, Sany.Delights, my last running buddy.

Thanks to Andrea Miller from Miller Chicago Real Estate for donating and for Maddy Osman from the SEO content site, The Blogsmith for donating. And special thanks to my Aunt Aimée Scarpetti who has always encouraged me and for my first anonymous donor.

And lastly, thanks to World Vision for organizing group runs every Saturday morning and putting together the first official 20-mile practice race on Saturday, September 16, 2017, where over 500 people signed up!

I didn't say it would be easy – I just said it would be worth it. We're running a whole marathon which took 6 months of training. I still don't feel ready but when there's a big goal there's also bigger obstacles. That's how I feel about solving as big of an issue as bringing clean water to kids in Africa. It seems huge. It seems impossible. But it's not. Every $50 donated brings clean water to one child. Please help my team by donating to these kids – because everyone deserves clean water. Tap the #linkinthebio to donate as little as $5, which will probably be less than your bar tab this weekend. Thanks in advance for being the change in the world 💋#justdoit #marathontraining #teamworldvision #chicagogrammers #windycitycosmo

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