Lollapalooza 2017: Thriving in VIP

Lollapalooza was my first ever music festival last year, and it was amazing. It was also amazing because I received a free four-day pass as a participant in ThinkChicago. As fun as it was, I knew I would never pay for a ticket. This year, I lucked out again when one of my best friend’s … Continue reading Lollapalooza 2017: Thriving in VIP

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Weekends Aren’t Only For Rest: How to Balance Your Training Schedule

The last few months, I've been trying to workout less and recover more. As someone who enjoys exercising and trying new workouts constantly, this is hard! Even if I know I'm doing too much, it's difficult to try to balance your workout schedule to avoid burnout and/or injury. Often, weekends are considered resting periods. "You work … Continue reading Weekends Aren’t Only For Rest: How to Balance Your Training Schedule

Millennials and the Environment: The One Industry We’re Not Killing (Hopefully)

Millennials are blamed for a lot of things. They’re blamed for so much that it’s actually become a joke, like killing a variety of industries based on their unique preferences and brands not being able to keep up. It’s debatable if these claims are even negative (aren’t we better off without McDonald’s?), but even if … Continue reading Millennials and the Environment: The One Industry We’re Not Killing (Hopefully)

Green Circle Wellness: Chicago’s Center for Functional Medicine

In July, I was able to visit Green Circle Wellness in the West Loop to learn more about functional medicine with the aSweatLife Ambassadors. As someone who grew up in doctors' offices and still hates doctors, I was blown away by this approach to holistic wellness. The founder, Dr. Pavilonis, created this facility with other … Continue reading Green Circle Wellness: Chicago’s Center for Functional Medicine