What I Divvy To: July 2017

Here's a playlist of all the songs I'm currently obssessed with as I'm biking around the city of Chicago on my Divvy bike. Shuffle it for best results, and let me know what you think in the comments below! 

Divvy is a pretty awesome way to get around the city in the summer as an alternative to the usual Uber, CTA, or taxis. I personally use it to commute to work, run errands, and meet up with friends around the city. There's nothing worse than hopping on the packed-like-sardines red line during a sticky July day to visit your friend in Wrigleyville during a Cubs game.

Membership is only $99 a year, which pays for itself after just 10 rides, and they send you a key that unlocks thousands of bikes around Chicago, Evanston and Oak Park. When you become an annual member like me, you can take as many rides as you want throughout the year, and the first 30 minutes of each ride are included in your plan. Also, it's pretty easy to find an open station to dock your bike at the end of your trip, or even if you need to continue onwards to a further destination. 

To learn more about Divvy, visit their website here.