Country Nomad Blog — Holiday

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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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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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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Small Towns to Spend the Holidays


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

    Small towns across America have a special way of bringing you a massive load of holiday cheer. Small towns should be top on your list with some of the best Christmas decorations, family activities, and town holiday rituals when considering a holiday destination this Christmas.    If you want to experience a movie kind of holiday, small towns are the way to go. You might even meet a rancher, fall in love, and live happily ever after! It sounds like something out of a movie—obviously, the recipe of every Christmas movie ever made.    Okay, let's put your...

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Spending Christmas on the Road? Here are some ideas to make your RV or Mobile Home Festive


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

The RV lifestyle, in many ways, has a way of simplifying your life. For example, your home is smaller, you spend less time cleaning,  you need fewer things, and you pack only what you need.  But this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy all the things you love.  Speaking on the things you love, is it beginning to look like Christmas in your RV yet?  The holidays are here, and Christmas is a few weeks away. Everyone loves this season, and many people have begun decorating their homes for the occasion.  You might be thinking, “My RV is too small to...

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