I have a juicer, but it has been collecting dust since I started making green juice in my blender. This might not be the most earth-shattering discovery, but there is a raging debate about which method is more nutritious, and for years I was in the Team Juicer camp. I've since learned that juicing removes all the fiber, which actually helps you feel fuller after drinking the juice! Plus, my juicer is big, clunky, messy and so hard to clean. Is the juice you DON'T make more nutritious than the juice that you DO make because it's so darn easy? I think not.
So I use my Vitamix to make juice. You should know that you will need to peel citrus (you won't want the bitter rind whizzed up in your beverage, trust me), and fibrous fruit and veg, like carrots or beats, won't puree down to a smooth liquid like they do in a juicer (which casts away the bits into a container as it goes). If the mouthfeel of those little bits is off-putting to you, you can run the liquid through a cheesecloth. Then clean your blender's container in seconds and wonder why you ever put up with your juicer and all those hard-to-clean parts.
Here's my morning mix, but you can riff on it in whatever way you like: 1 cup of Spinach, 1/2 c. kale, 1/4 c of parsley, 1 cup blueberries, 1 peeled lime, 1/2 inch. of ginger (no need to peel!), 1/2 seeded green apple.