Summer at Home: Ideas to Transform City Balconies and Patios on a Budget

Home is where the heart is and kindof where we are during this pandemic. It’s hard to tell when this will all be over. Brides have postponed their weddings till 2021 and no matter how…

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Chicago Small Business Spotlight: Victoria Kent PR

Welcome to the Chicago Small Business Spotlight Series. During Quarantine, Small Businesses have been hit pretty hard, as well as other industries. In this series, Windy City Cosmo will be interviewing various Chicago small businesses…

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How a Lack of Confidence Affected My Dating and Professional Life & How to Fix That

Confidence is one of those things that we either have or don’t. Just kidding. It’s something you can develop if you don’t have it or lose it for a myraid of reasons. I was talking…

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Virtual Cocktails and Whisky Tasting for World Whisky Day

Happy World Whisky Day! This day falls on the third Saturday in May, which for 2020 is May 16th. To celebrate, I had a virtual whisky tasting with Aberlour Single Malt Scotch. Scotland native and…

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6 Things You Can Do On FaceTime with your BFF or BF

I need FaceTime more than ever. There’s something about it that make you feel like a person – especially if you’ve had no or minimal human interaction in a month during quarantine. Surprisingly, I’ve had…

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Chicago Small Business Spotlight: Wantz Events

Welcome to the Chicago Small Business Spotlight Series. During Quarantine, Small Businesses have been hit pretty hard, as well as other industries. In this series, Windy City Cosmo will be interviewing various Chicago small businesses…

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Virtual Vacay: Rome Day 2

Roma Day 2: The Spanish Steps! Italians have so much love and warmth. They love food, they love people, they love steps, they love the pope, and they love love. I didn’t expect this to…

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Virtual Vacay: Rome Day 1

The best part of any trip is the clothes, the food, the bonding, the adventures, and of course, a good airport read. I’ve been saving this book for my long flight to Italy today (my…

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Chicago Small Business Spotlight: Coco + Peach Jewelry

Welcome to the Chicago Small Business Spotlight Series. During Quarantine, Small Businesses have been hit pretty hard, as well as other industries. In this series, Windy City Cosmo will be interviewing various Chicago small businesses…

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Holistic Health Coach Talks Mental Health During COVID-19

Being home during COVID-19 can be stressful and take a unique toll on yourself and your family. Now is the time more than ever to take care of your mental health and physical health. Just because we…

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Work from Home Tips From Chicago and Midwest Fashion Bloggers

Staying inside is a luxury and a curse. But now that – I want to say- we all have spent days (if not weeks) in our pjs and sweats, I thought it was time to…

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A Guide to Working Remotely in Chicago

In a 28-city survey, global staffing firm Robert Half counts Chicago as one of the top three cities with the most companies offering remote work options. The Windy City is certainly no stranger to remote…

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Cool and Chill Places in The West Loop

The West Loop has become kindof my second home and I get that there are some of the best restaurants there – I read Emily Belden’s “Hot Mess” (and also interviewed her on a West…

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How We Wish Men Answered Our Bumble Messages

Saying “Hi” and “Hey” on Bumble (Tinder, OkCupid, Match, eHarmony, Hinge, etc.) is one of the worst ways to start a conversation. Just kidding, we all do it. I mean sometimes swiping is like liking photos…

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5 Chicago Lifestyle Bloggers: The Story Behind Their Following

Chicago Lifestyle. How do you become the Chicago cosmopolitan city girl you’ve always aspired to become? At Windy City Cosmo, we focus on building genuine relationships and the beauty, events, skills, and cocktails behind them.…

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5 Places to Eat Your Packed Lunch Outside in The Loop

I love working in the loop. There’s a nice energy here, and more importantly, there are tons of great restaurants to enjoy. But, lunch is one of those meals that you should probably pack and…

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Should You Get Drinks With Your Coworkers?

In school, we’re told to make friends,  but at work, the question becomes can I be your friend?  A new survey finds 74% of employees consider coworkers friend and one in five believe their colleagues…

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5 Tips for Traveling Alone

Adventure. You want it, but should you go on a trip alone? Let’s start with the fact that you can do anything alone. But when you are traveling alone, here are 5 tips to consider…

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Saying No to Brunch and Uber: How to Be Single and Save For a Home

As a single, city girl I am starting to think of my future and that means saving for a condo in Chicago and investing in my career – two things that are harder to do…

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How early would you wake up for your career?

It’s 4:42 a.m. I have three minutes before I absolutely have to open my eyes, pull myself out of bed, and start my morning weekday routine. Ugh, mornings. If I leave the house by 5:28, I…

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