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Born and raised in Orange County, California, I am definitely a "summer" girl at heart. Today I am a full-time mother to a rambunctious two-year old living in a RV. Together Branndon and I are learning how to become financial and location independent.

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Failure is not an option… Powerful words from a now famous sushi chef, Jiro Ono, thanks to visionary documentary film director David Gelb. Jiro flawlessly blends tradition with fresh fish to create mouthwatering simple sushi, served one piece at a time. Passionate in his craft the film displays the hidden beauty and art of sushi making. The film was introduced ... Read More »

TeuxDeux Has Been Rebuilt and Comes With a Small Monthly Fee

TeuxDeux | A simple, designy to-do app.

When TeuxDeux first launched in December of 2009, it was a simple, well-designed web-based ‘to do’ list app created for personal use by the swissmiss design blog/studio. Today it’s grown into a huge following of over 300,000 users. And it was completely free – at least it was. Major Changes: Now There’s a Fee! Logging into my TeuxDeux account today ... Read More »

How To Get A Free Website Privacy Policy With Trust Guard

Free Privacy Policy by Trust Guard

People want to ensure their privacy when they visit websites. This is especially true on websites where they will be entering personal financial information, like a credit card to make a purchase. However, a website’s privacy policy can take a lot of time and effort for someone without a law degree. That is… until now. Free Privacy Policy by Trust ... Read More »

Weekly Grocery Shopping Trips

Weekly Grocery Shopping Trips

Grocery shopping can take its toll on your wallet and your time. We need to eat, therefore, we need to shop for food that we want to eat. This means shopping daily, weekly, or monthly to stock up the kitchen with healthy and nutritious foods to eat each day. While there are ways to shop for groceries online, it can ... Read More »

How to Eat Paleo On the Go

How to Eat Paleo on the Go

When it comes to health I believe in an approach that focuses on prevention with proper nutrition through a healthy diet. For me (and my family) this is based on a foundation of the Paleo Diet principles. This means choosing meats and vegetables, and a little fruit. No breads, pastas or typical convenience foods most Americans are now so used ... Read More »

4 Days of Paleo Breakfast for Less than $10

Paleo Breakfast for Less than $2

This is one of my favorite breakfasts to eat on the Paleo diet. It’s simple. It’s delicious. It’s filling. And it’s cheap! I can eat it this for breakfast for 4 days for less than $2.50 each day! I cook up 3 eggs* (with runny yolks, yum), add an avocado, some salsa and fresh cilantro. (If I had bacon or sausage in ... Read More »

How to Make Bulletproof Coffee

How to Make Bulletproof Coffee

Energizing and simple, yet rich and creamy. The trending Bulletproof Coffee recipe is addictive! But addictive in a ‘good’ way. Dave Asprey is the genius behind the discovery of creating this highly energizing drink that’s grown a following. Simple ingredients are combined to create a higher performing coffee that can be enjoyed daily for a boost in energy that is said ... Read More »

Photoshop CS6 Text Glitching: Fixing The Text Corruption Problem

Adobe Photoshop CS6

Recently I was able to upgrade to Photoshop CS6 and I loved the new look. Unfortunately that love quickly turned into annoyance at a text glitch that was causing problems. (And during my research I discovered Adobe knew about this before it was released!) Thankfully I found the solution and here is a step-by-step guide for those of you experiencing the ... Read More »

How To Keep Your Kids and Pets Safe When Visiting RV Parks With Coyotes Living Nearby

Coyotes Are Fearing Humans Less

Coyotes are highly adaptable predators that are learning how to cope within our ‘human’ world. People are moving into their natural habitat, whether choosing a rural area or nestled among the urban hillsides. Either way, it’s important to understand how to best keep your children and pets safe when living next to coyotes. And this includes when you are visiting ... Read More »

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