• Diaries

    Adulting 101: Dealing with Car Accidents (USA)

    I was rear-ended the other day in Atlanta. It could have been worse, but I did get rear-ended and my car needs some fixin' up. I was alone, and did not get all the information I needed because I went into psychological shock. So this is a guide in case I am ever involved in another accident in the future - knock on wood.

  • Travel & Culture

    Restless In Miami

    Miami, oh Miami. It has a personality of its own: fast cars and beautiful people mixed with laidback Latin vibes. It's one of those cities where I recommend heading to with someone who knows Miami cause otherwise it's so easy to get lost in the mix. Here are my suggestions for Miami!

  • Opinions

    Latest in Podcasts (Feb 2019)

    I am a podcast junkie. I usually listen to 1-2 podcasts in the morning as I am waking up, and when I drive anywhere. I have been collecting a lot of podcast episodes, and I want to share them with you. Categorized in many different ways, I have a lot of options, so don't be worried there isn't one for you!

  • Travel & Culture

    Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

    One of the biggest changes from this road trip is my willingness to check out museums. I used to view museums as a waste of time cause I didn't have the patience to really look at the art. Now, I take the time to understand the artist's point of view and my interpretation of their work. This post is about Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, which has made my shortlist of great museums.

  • Travel & Culture

    Photo Diary: Wynwood Walls

    One of my favorite places in Miami is Wynwood cause of all the graffiti art. I am always in awe of people who can draw because I cannot, but I can certainly appreciate those who can. I was not blogging the last time I was in Wynwood in 2016, so this is snapshot of Wynwood in 2019.

  • Diaries

    Juliet’s February 2019 in Photos | Challenge #006

    My February 2019 challenge was to walk more, at least 10-20 minutes every day. I used to walk at least 3 miles every day back in college, but now with a car and on this road trip, I get lazy or too tired to stretch my legs. I walked the most this month out of all the other months on my road trip, and I took photos to share!

  • Diaries

    On the Road: Finding Balance

    One of the most frequent questions I get about being a modern nomad is, “How do you balance everything?” I’ve sat on this topic for several months because I wanted to see if there was A Few Right Answers on finding and maintaining balance. There isn’t. Instead, I’m going to share my stories and what I’ve learned about balance.

  • Finance

    Money on My Mind: Offsetting Surprise Expenses | Juliet

    I'm glad I stayed home in California for about 2.5 weeks cause it relieved stress off of my wallet. Thank heavens for parents, right? Towards the end of December 2018, money was on the top of my mind. I think it was because I was so close to being home that I didn't want to cook anymore, which meant paying for food, but I also did not want to spend money. First world problems, I know.