Take Your Mother to Brunch Here on Mother’s Day

It’s time to take your mother out of the kitchen this mother’s day and invite her to a nice brunch at Chicago restaurants. If you’re a mom – thank you. Thank you for all you do to raise us, to feed us, and clothe us, to make sure we’re educated, know our manners, how to clean, and of course, remember curfew. But thank you for loving … Continue reading Take Your Mother to Brunch Here on Mother’s Day

Windy City Cosmo Wins Award for Female Entrepreneurship Coverage

I’m very excited to announce that after two years of interviewing Chicago female entrepreneurs, Windy City Cosmo joined the stage with Chicago publications and Chicago entrepreneurs that were recognized by liftUplift for being champions of women’s power. LiftUplift launched in September 2015, and everyday acts as a catalyst that empowers female makers and entrepreneurs. Corielle Heath Laaspere, Founder of liftUplift, orchestrated this special evening on … Continue reading Windy City Cosmo Wins Award for Female Entrepreneurship Coverage

Product Development Powered By Social: Chicago Social Media Professionals Panel

We get it – you know what social media is. But do you know how to test products and build interest in a company using social media? That’s part of what product managers do. You can produce content all day long – but if no one is looking at it or interacting with it – then you’re kind of just talking (to yourself). We know … Continue reading Product Development Powered By Social: Chicago Social Media Professionals Panel

Why do Women Buy Magazines? An Interview with Former French Vogue Editor

When you wear something, do you have the power to influence someone else to wear it or incorporate it into their style? That’s what the Editor in Chief of Vogue does. “Choosing what went in the magazine, it was to reflect…the way things were in fashion, in culture, and in what the French called ‘the art of living.’ We were very into the art of … Continue reading Why do Women Buy Magazines? An Interview with Former French Vogue Editor

Odysseo: I’m Finding My Own White Horse in Chicago

I’ve been to Soldier Field several times, and I’ve never been disappointed. But, this VIP experience at Odysseo was truly unique. Walking towards a big white tent – I was destined to find my own white horse during an action packed evening with over 60 horses and acrobatics. Standing 38 meters tall, the White Big Top is a traffic-stopping addition to the skyline of each city Odysseo … Continue reading Odysseo: I’m Finding My Own White Horse in Chicago

Velvet Taco: I’ll Have Tater Tots with My Tacos

Sandwiched right between two of Chicago’s best neighborhoods for food, shopping, and nightlife, Gold Coast and Near North Side, Velvet Taco fits right in with its trendy vibes and delicious food. Actually a chain in Texas, Velvet Taco Chicago is the only location outside of Texas (amazing!) and is a favorite for its unique, but delicious tacos. Velvet Taco has a really casual, but hip vibe, where … Continue reading Velvet Taco: I’ll Have Tater Tots with My Tacos

Tortoise Supper Club Creates Cocktail For a Cause This April

River North Restaurant & Lounge Raising The Infant Welfare Society of Chicago During the Month of April 2017. What if you could make the world a better place just by heading to a bar and ordering a drink?  Well, it’s a start. Chicago’s Tortoise Supper Club (350 North State St. in Chicago, IL.  ) is helping diners do just that through their Cocktails for a Cause … Continue reading Tortoise Supper Club Creates Cocktail For a Cause This April

The Cycles of Beauty

This is a sponsored post. Remember that 30 Rock episode where Liz Lemon’s boyfriend, Dennis, reminded her that “technology is cyclical?” While bringing back Motorola’s is obviously a terrifying prospect, there’s definitely “cycles” in beauty and fashion. Consider that weird 60s revival we had in the early 2000s or the 90s influences that are starting to trickle in now. To some degree, we all ride … Continue reading The Cycles of Beauty