Being in SD Voyager

Happy Monday Readers! I hope you all had an amazing weekend.

I spent most of my mines binge-watching Jersey Shore Family Vacation wth Tony from the beginning of Season 1. I stumbled upon a streaming service for MTV shows and I’m sorry (but not sorry) to say that I subscribed and it took my money. So far, it’s been the best $5.99 I have ever spent 😛 And get this: it is commercial-free! That’s how you know I’m a motherfucking streamer! What is cable?!

Anyways, I just wanted take a moment to humble myself today and share with all of you an amazing opportunity I was given to my purpose for being a Blogger. SD Voyager, an online publication, reached out to me about a month ago asking if I would like to do an interview and share my story as a Blogger. Of course, I was very appreciative of the opportunity and I said “I would love to.”

I know of a lot of people who have shared their stories in SD Voyager and I find them inspiring to the community. SD Voyager is an amazing publication. They started in LA and expanded their publication into various cities with a help of friends, colleagues, influencers, locals, etc. Their original publication was VoyageLA and they have now grown into cities such as San Diego, Chicago, Dallas, Houston and more.

I never thought anyone besides my supporters thus far would be interested in hearing my story as to why I wanted to start blogging in the first place. And when I was given the opportunity to share, I was very grateful. Moreover, I had the chance to read over other inspiring stories from different neighborhoods in San Diego and it brought a lot of joy to my heart. I love hearing other people’s stories: how they started, where they are now, what are their interests, etc. It’s a beautiful melting pot.

I encourage all of you to visit and read up on these inspiring stories. I respect everyone’s craft and passion in what they want to do.

I want to thank all of you for giving me the support you have in reading my posts since the beginning of this year. I didn’t think I’d continue on doing this but there’s something about writing to all of you and sharing my stories that has reminded me how blessed I am. I have been through a lot of hardship emotionally and it has taken a toll on me for many years but honestly, I wouldn’t change anything that has happened thus far. It’s always good to reflect on your past and humble yourself. So thank you for continuing to read and show your support.

I also want to thank SD Voyager for giving me an opportunity to share my story and my purpose in writing to an audience. I believe their mission in fostering a community is amazing; giving individuals an opportunity to share their stories is a great way to bring perspective and build partnerships. I think it’s awesome they’ve expanded into more cities as well. So thank you for that.

Lastly, I want to thank my utmost supporting boyfriend/besterest friend, Tony. Obviously, he is going read all of my posts but what you guy don’t know is that Tony hypes me up at home when it comes to doing all of this. Literally, he’s my biggest cheerleader! I’m so grateful for his support in my passion for this. He’s just the best and I love him. So thank you honey!

If you guys are interested in reading my interview, you can visit and click on “San Diego’s Most Inspiring Stories,” scroll down to “North Park, South Park, Kensington, & Normal Heights” and find me “Jennifer Tran.” Or you can click the link here:

I hope you all have a great week! Again thank you so so so so much for supporting my blog. You guys are amazing!

Until the next post,

With love and support,


Relatable + Empathetic (2019)

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