Country Nomad Blog — E-Learning

Feel the Holiday Spirit – on the Road!


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

All roads lead home for the Holidays. BUT what if your home is on wheels?  Being a full-time nomad is full of adventure and excitement. If you’re on the road during the holidays, it could leave you feeling a little grinchy. To keep your spirits bright and leave the holiday blues out of sight, here are 4 ways to celebrate the holidays on the road. Host a Holiday Movie Night The great debate concerning whether the action classic Die Hard is a Christmas movie or not is a decade long, and the argument itself can be seen to many as...

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How Can You Improve Your Cybersecurity as a Digital Nomad?


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

The pandemic has forced most people to work remotely, with work-from-home setups being the new norm. This trend is not new; remote working was already on the rise in the years leading up to 2020. However, the pandemic ramped up the numbers. Up to 30 percent of employees are estimated to be working remotely multiple days a week by the end of the year compared to just 3.6 percent in 2018. This has inevitably produced a new type of worker: the digital nomad. Digital nomads are location-independent individuals who use technology to perform their jobs while often living a nomadic lifestyle. They...

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Introducing Project Trek: An RV Family on the Move


Posted by Emily Buratowski on

Photo provided and article written by Christian Axness of Project Trek. Hello Nomad Internet Readers! We are the Axness family, a full time RV family since 2016!   Back in 2016 we sold our home, and 90% of our belongings, and moved our family into an RV. When we started living this life, if you wanted an internet plan you had to acquire it yourself. Without companies like Nomad to keep you connected, you were on your own; so we know the headache that you’re trying to avoid, trust us! And like you, we need the internet! Fast forward five years,...

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5 Tools Every Online Teacher Needs


Posted by O Tsimaraki on

Teaching online can be tough. Finding the right tools, figuring out how to run learning systems, and communicating with your students isn’t easy. Staring at a computer screen all day can leave you feeling rundown and unmotivated. However, with these five online teaching tools, you’ll be ready to tackle anything! 1. A Video Call App One of the most important things for teaching online is your access to a video call app. Whether or not you hold regular video call meetings to instruct your students is up to you. However, you should have an application ready for your students to...

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