Country Nomad Blog — Digital Nomad

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


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

  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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Top 8 Gifts For Travelers


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

The giving and receiving of gifts date back as far as ancient Rome. In those days, on the 19th of December, known as ‘Sigillaria’, they would exchange modest gifts that strengthened relationships. Today, we have birthdays, Christmas, thanksgiving, and many other occasions when we give and receive gifts. I mean, who doesn’t like gifts right? I know I do. There's a problem with giving gifts. It's hard to find the perfect gift for that friend that works remotely. I have been there. I have been a digital nomad for more than ten years, and I know how much trouble my...

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5 Remote U.S. Road Trips That Make You Feel Like a Nomad For A While


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Taking a road trip is such a soothing experience. Sometimes you just need to clear your head, and what better way to do that than traveling miles?  You can’t begin to understand how fulfilling road trips are unless you go on one yourself. To you, It may not sound like the bravest thing you could do, but for me, it is both an exciting and adventurous experience.  When planning a road trip, there are many things to consider. For example, the number of persons, miles, route, internet, and supplies. This is why you should pre-arrange and plan.  Supplies: Most of...

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Nomadic Family Internet Needs


Posted by Emily Buratowski on

Article and photo by Christian Axness with ProjectTrek, a full-time RV family that stays connected with Nomad Internet as they travel! It's almost like clockwork... On any given day, in any of the RV travel forums I’m active in, there’s at least one question a day asking about internet connectivity while traveling full time. It’s a completely benign question, but there’s alway a response buried somewhere in the comment section that goes something like this: “You’re camping, put your phones down and enjoy the outdoors”. While I appreciate the sentiment, it's clear that this is written either by a Weekend...

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