Why Should I See the Solar Eclipse on August 21st? You’ve probably seen a lunar eclipse before, but if you live in North America, chances are you haven’t seen a solar eclipse in your lifetime. The last time a solar eclipse was viewable from coast to coast of the U.S. was in 1918. It’s been… Read More How and Where to View the Solar Eclipse in Illinois
Michael George is a Chicago born yogi, traveler, and entrepreneur. I met with him to talk about his 15 month travel around the world, his yoga practice, and where to find the best food abroad. Click below to take a listen! For the full-length interview, subscribe to Windy Pictures (top right!). Having difficulty with… Read More Interview with Michael George: 15 months of travel, yoga, and the best food around
How much is too much when it comes to traveling? Not having seen my good buddy Mike in half a year, we wanted to take a trip together somewhere. He had been living in Australia for the past several months, and I was working in Chicago. Well, ideas became plans. Our destination needed to be… Read More How to Decide If Plane Tickets Are Too Much
Initially, the flight was going to be from Washington, D.C. to Boston, Massachusetts but herein lies the trouble with flying standby: it’s never a guarantee you will get on the flight you want. The night before we were leaving for Boston, we looked up the flight schedules to see what they looked like. D.C. to… Read More Travel Glitches from Providence, RI to Boston, MA
Arlington Cemetery, Virginia My introduction to D.C. was… not even in D.C., but rather right across the Potomac River at the Arlington Cemetery – famous for it being the resting place of the Kennedy’s as well as the “changing of the guard.” There were hundreds upon hundreds of these graves. The changing of the guard… Read More How to Make the Most of a Day in D.C.