After two years as a digital nomad and visiting six countries in Asia, I think it’s finally time to admit to something I have been struggling with for awhile now. I, Julie July, am hopelessly addicted to skydecks.
Though my Sak Yant proved to be quite the intense introduction to the country, I woke up on Monday to the sound of traffic outside of my hostel window and felt instantly revitalized. I had become accustomed to the slower pace […]
I arrived in Bangkok on a rainy evening after an uneventful plane ride. After spending over an hour in the customs line (apparently it’s super busy at 4pm?) I exhaustedly hauled my backpack over to the ATM where I promptly spend […]
With my head still spinning from the enormous amount of information that my eyes and brain were struggling to process, I entered my guesthouse at the end of my two-day temple romp with sore feet, a fresh sunburn and clothes […]
After the week I’d just spent being practically confined to my room while recovering from my stomach woes, to say I was itching to get out and finally explore was an understatement – but despite my excitement, it turns out I […]
Hey, I’m Jules, a visual designer based in Denver, Colorado. When I’m not moshing at punk shows or playing the latest video games, you can find me getting lost in the great outdoors and working my way around the globe.
This is my travel journal where I write about all things color, wilderness, and wanderlust. I hope it will give you the tools and inspiration you need to make your own travel dreams a reality. Let’s wander together!