Your Week in Awesome XXVI / by Julie Schumacher


Till School's Open House on Thursday is must for anyone interested in the future of design education.

Did you make Kelly's kale, farro, charred onions and red pear salad? Yum.

At both of Baker Miller's locations you can take part in their Pay It Forward Wall. What a fantastic idea. Go grab a ToastCard and get to giving.

This week marks the return of Soup and Bread. Every Wednesday through March join Slow Food Chicago at the Hideout to sup and support a local food pantry.

Learn more about mindful meditation with AHIMSA's Dale Johnson at the Sugar Beet Coop on Wednesday

Want to eat more organic food but worried about your budget? Join the Sugar Beet Coop on Sunday to learn how to pull it off.


Lisa of Step Brightly shares 4 Steps to Setting Smarter Goals. Get started!

Design*Sponge shares 40 black artists, designers, chefs and entrepreneurs to be inspired by, including Patrice Perkins of Creative Genius Law.

How do you use your Golden Hours? Taylor of Jubilant shares why her mornings matter.

No surprise Sunday Dinner Club made the Thrillist list of best Chicago secret supper clubs. It's no secret we lurve them.

Bangtel's got a buying guide to more interesting home.

Bryn McCoy of Threadless shares how design love will break your heart and why that's ok.

See you next week!