The “Truth” About Museum Hack

16729515_10212426847290782_8762618338360044600_nI am a nerd and so I love any opportunity that will keep me cultured and learning about something new. Last weekend I went to the Art Institute of Chicago Museum! I know my geeky sisters will believe me when I say it was fun, collaborative and engaging. But others of you may have some doubts about it, but I promise you it was truly the! Although I am interested in museums the main reason why it was so fun was because I participated in the Museum Hack Un-Highlights Tours. The things that made this tour different from an average tour is that it was complete with, Mark, our tour guide with a cool swag and booming personality, teambuilding activities and unique (usually untold) stories about different art pieces and artists. This tour was definitely not an average one. In just 2 hours I was able to go on a hunt for my soulmate, write a postcard,  take selfies and eat chocolate!

The thing that I appreciated most about Museum Hack is that it forced me to find an art piece that really touched me. One piece that made me take a bold look at myself was Truth. In 1898 Daniel Chester French sculpted Truth along with 5 other pieces representing Bounty, Courage, Integrity, Prudence and Wisdom. Truth is holding a mirror and looking at her partially nude body. She is a representation of women taking a deep look at their natural selves. There was a time in my life when I hated taking a deep look at myself physically and mentally. Truth is my reminder to boldly look at myself and appreciate me on the inside and the outside!

I recommend Museum Hack for anyone, even if you’re not into tours. Trust me you will leave with a different view. Museum Hack can even be a great date night idea! To learn more visit

Bolder Sisters, will you give Museum Hack a try?

blog-profileDominique Mcgee is a motivational blogger who resides in the south suburbs of Chicago with her husband. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Communication Arts from Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, IL. Her other interests include DIY, fashion and lifestyle blogging. Dominique says if she is not motivating and uplifting women she is not fulfilling her purpose.  To read her blog, visit She Fly Now





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