10 Helpful Tips For Middle America


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Like every American teenager, I dreamt about driving across the country in a car I couldn’t afford, with no plans, windows down, and music blasting. There was just something cool about it. But, that didn’t happen until a few months after I had graduated college. Lol, Not exactly a teenager anymore. Me and my friend Jessy, as I fondly called her, finally made our dream a reality. From Ohio to Las Vegas and back in a convertible, her dad gave her—An apology gift for cheating on her mum and causing a divorce. I wish my dad had cheated and got...

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How I Stay on the Road for Months at a Time and Never Miss a Call, Text, or Email


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The road has always served as an endless supply of adventure to many—digital nomads, remote workers, and 9-5 employees looking to take a break. Internet connectivity stands as the most important utility in the life of digital nomads and remote workers. And with internet broadband available through Wi-Fi or cellular connections, we can travel to the ends of the earth while staying connected to family, work, and friends. I’ve always dreamt of being a digital nomad. We saw the world's wonders, met new people, and enjoyed diverse cultures. But when it came down to living my dream, I found myself...

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Why I Became An Online Tourist


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Travel can be expensive, whether it's the high gas prices, hotel or airline costs. Sadly, this limits the number of trips you can take every year or how long you can stay in a new city. But what if I told you there are ways to cut down on the cost of your next trip? My name is Audrey, and I am a serial traveler. More like a digital nomad. But I like to say ‘serial traveler’ cos it makes me sound mysterious. Lol. Many people travel for different reasons. Some people travel d for work, to see family, or...

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Why You Should Move to Rural America to Pursue Your Dream "Work From Anywhere" Job


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  More Americans have moved from the big cities to live in a more rural and remote parts of the country in the past year. For some, it is a way to take advantage of the freedom of working from anywhere, while others chose to relocate to save money, as pandemic-related job losses left them no choice. Moving to rural America has been a great career move for folks who quit their corporate jobs to chase their entrepreneurial dream. As the idea of decoupling where a person lives from where he works continues to run free, you too might find...

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Life in a Remote Community


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Living in a remote community can be many things. It can be exciting, stressful, boring, and fulfilling. It all depends on many factors like; how prepared you are to live in a remote community, available facilities, and your preferences.  Depending on their size and location, most rural communities have necessities from stores to offices, public clinics, post offices, banking facilities, schools, and fuel supply depots. And then, there are communities with restrictions on certain goods. For example, alcohol restrictions so that no alcohol is brought into the area.  Having lived in a few remote communities, I can say that no...

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