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Milk & Honey Magazine's travel tips for Chicago!

Chicago Travel Guide

The Windy City, the city of Big Shoulders, the City that Never Sleeps

...all of these things are true about the great city of Chicago. Many have been known to say that Chicago is the best compromise between New York and Los Angeles, and as a Chicago native, I would have to agree. There are so many wonderful places to visit on your trip to the “Second City” and I want to share some of my personal favorites with you. 


Milk and Honey interviews travel couple on Europe vacation tips!Milk and Honey Magazine interview with Couples Coordinates on the best destinations to travel as a couple in Europe, best hotels in Europe, best cities in Europe, vacation tips in Europe, how to live in Europe!

Couple's Coordinates

Married couple Michael and Alexandra do not take their dreams lightly. Infact, they don't stay dreams for long - they quickly materialize and end up on Instagram with 17,000 likes (all stimulated by pure envy, I may add). They follow their curiousities, they explore, and they conquer.


Milk and Honey Magazine gets the details on the perfect Hawaii vacation from expert travel guide Chelsea Tom!

Honolulu Travel Guide

Every so often in life, we meet special people who make life look... effortless. Santa Monica based Chelsea Tom (above, middle) is one of those rare breeds, sporting a cute smile, a contagious giggle, and a comforting aura. Life with Chelsea is not boring. From surfing, to spin class, to yoga, to biking, to skipping on the Santa Monica beach (she does live a block away from the pier, after all), Chelsea keeps busy with activities that fill her up to the point of overflow into all who (have the dear pleasure to) meet her.


Milk and Honey Magazine tells how to enjoy the mountains as God's beloved creation!

Taos Ski Valley

I was recently blessed with a father/daughter ski trip to Taos, New Mexico. Taos Ski Valley is a small ski resort home to one of highest altitude mountains at 12,481 feet. It is extremely steep and challenging. They advise that beginners don’t go up to the top of the mountain, and that they stay away from Black Diamonds, and Double Blacks, which is 90% of the mountain.


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