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7 US States with No Income Tax

Tax season is officially over and most of us will not be thinking about taxes again until the beginning of next year. Yet taxes are an important aspect to consider when making the move to fulltime in an RV (or whatever your method of choice). Most of the country gets to sigh relief after filing their taxes. Well, maybe everyone ... Read More »

New at Trader Joe’s: Applegate Organic Uncured Beef Hot Dogs

Applegate Organic Uncured Beef Hot Dogs

Trader Joe’s is known for friendly smiles, Hawaiian shirts and cheap prices. Quirky and fun, this is a chain that promotes natural products. Recently added to their shelves are Organic Uncured Beef Hot Dogs by Applegate. Over the past Memorial Day weekend our local Trader Joe’s was serving up tasty samples of these delicious hot dogs. (We bought a pack to ... Read More »

The Digital Hippies Forums & The Digital Hippies Shop Live!

The Digital Hippies Community & Shop

We’re excited to announce the launch of our forums and our shop! The Shop Started with the intention of hosting all of our e-books, guides, and tutorials, the shop was slated to be fully “Pay What You Want”. Well, the content was taking longer than we first anticipated to create, so we launched the shop over the weekend with many physical ... Read More »

State Homeschooling Laws

State Homeschooling Laws Map

Even though homeschooling is legal in all 50 states here in the USA, each state regulates this type of education for their residents. From no notice necessary to highly regulated states that have special requirements needing to be met. Take a look to see how homeschooling friendly your state is. According to the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) you’ll ... Read More »

Tax Time is Here: Learn from Our Mistake

Tax Time is Here: Learn from Our Mistake

Taxes. Argh. That horrible time of year is upon us again and I find its best to just get it out of the way, don’t you? It’s not just an elephant in the room, it’s an elephant on your back! A few years ago we decided to get our taxes done early. We thought it was a great idea. No ... Read More »

Free Things to Do with Kids for Easter

Free Easter Activities for Kids

Easter is almost here. (FYI: It’s this weekend actually.) In addition to the usual activities at home national chains are starting to offer something fun for the kids to do. And they are usually free! This year Trader Joe’s and Bass Pro Shops have a fun lineup. Since I could remember, every year I remember waking up to hunt for ... Read More »

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 »

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 »

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