Travel
Between the Bell in Hand Tavern and the Union Oyster House on Marshall St. One of my favorite areas of downtown Boston. As summer comes to an unofficial end this Labor Day weekend, I realize I'm long overdue in recapping my visit to Boston this past spring on Memorial Day weekend. It was a quick
Travel

In March, I got to visit New York City for the first time. We got to see a lot of Manhattan in the four days we were there and I can’t wait to someday go back. That said, while there, I couldn’t help make some key comparisons between the “Big Apple” and the “Second City.”

Odds & Ends
For job recruiters or hiring managers, this might turn out to be a valuable test for detecting cynical attitudes from potential hires. Simply ask each person what he or she thinks of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Since the Ice Bucket Challenge trend has gone viral within the last week, there’s been no shortage of
Life/Reminisce

It’s been several years since I’ve worked at the Dominick’s grocery store. My five and a half years there through high school and college felt like an eternity. With the store likely to soon close, I am thankful for some of the fond memories I have while working there.

Tech
Some time ago, I “liked” the ABC 7 Chicago page on Facebook. For much of the duration, the page was great for providing Chicago area news, weather and any other tidbits of interest — exactly why I “liked” it to begin with. Of late, I've become increasingly annoyed with a newer trend on Facebook where
Travel

It was fun to get away over the long weekend up to Green Bay and Madison, my first time in either town. The cold temperatures were absolutely brutal during the trip, but what else should we have expected for Wisconsin at the end of November?