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If there’s anything we have learned about being a nomad is that the internet is a necessity. How else would you communicate with your family and friends or find your way around a new city? With everything you need the internet for, it can be frustrating to live in a country with no internet or limitations to sites you can access. Although it is unacceptable and bizarre that in the 21st century, there are still places without internet connection, this is sadly the reality. Internet Freedom Internet freedom is the right to use the net without restriction, censorship, or enforced...

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How to Become a Nomad from the Comfort of the RV Park


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If you have been dreaming of traveling the country, maybe it's time to get yourself an RV. RVing offers you flexibility, ease of mobility, and a more affordable way to visit your favorite cities. But, can you live in an RV park? Yes! According to a 2018 article in the Washington Post, 1 million Americans live in their RVs. And with the increase in remote workers, that number would have doubled. Living in an RV all year round Although some RVers live off the grid, many live in RV parks all year round. There are a few different ways to...

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Top 5 Most Isolated Places in the U.S


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

There’s nothing better than time away from the noise to recharge your batteries and uplift your mood. There are many isolated but sight-worthy places within the U.S you can visit. These places are popular among nature lovers, easy to locate, and the perfect adventure for boosting your dopamine levels.  Here is a list of a few places you should visit soon. Havasupai, Arizona: This location is known to many for the Havasu Falls located in Havasupai Canyon. The waterfall itself is located in a remote area on Havasupai Native Reservation. To get to the fall, you’ll have to walk a...

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Living In Rural Areas doesn't disconnect You from the World!


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

I've been a rural resident for 18 months, and being a young person living alone; I thought the transition would be much harder. But with Nomad Internet, the transition has been hassle-free. I keep in touch with family and friends all day, every day. You probably have heard all the not-so-good things about the internet connection in rural areas. Well, before moving here and experiencing rural living for myself, I also heard all sorts of negative things about rural internet. And this made me seriously reconsider my rural living dream. While I don't agree with completely labeling rural internet ‘crappy’,...

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The Secret to Getting Internet While Camping Or Traveling In Rural Areas


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

In 2021, the United States recorded over 302 million internet users within its borders, which accounts for the rise in numbers of digital nomads and remote workers all over the country.  Unfortunately, as terrific as this may sound, remote workers, digital nomads along with over 25 million Americans still struggle with slow internet speeds and lack access to high-speed internet facilities due to the locations they may find themselves (Rural Areas) or the peculiarity of their lifestyles (Digital Nomads). Slow internet speeds can affect work deliverables, hamper productivity, and even jeopardize employability, especially if the job requires high internet speeds for...

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