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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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5 Ways to Optimize an Internet for Rural Areas


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Straight out of the gate, the best advice I can give you if you live or work in a small town is to get Nomad Internet. As a remote worker living in a rural town, having high-speed internet access is essential, and one of the downsides of rural living is that you will have to deal with rural internet. It has much slower download speeds lags, and sometimes, it just disappears.  I hardly have had such complaints with Nomad Internet. But on the rare occasion that you do, here are a few ideas for optimizing your internet connection.  Ways To...

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Installing Wireless Internet in Your RV-Tips and Tricks


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

As a full-time RVer, having a reliable internet connection while on the road or camping is very important. Not just for staying connected to the rest of the world but also for work, homeschooling the kids, entertainment, and as a safety measure. There are two major ways I stay connected while on the road, using cellular data or my Nomad Internet router. But I find Nomad Internet more convenient for my family and me as it offers faster speeds. If you are an RVer in America, you want the Nomad Internet router.  What’s RV Wi-Fi? For RV newbies wondering what...

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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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Understanding the Dangers of Online Dating When You Live in a Rural Area


Posted by Olayinka Alawode on

Dating can be a tad bit difficult, especially for people who live in rural areas. Considering that the next-door neighbor maybe a few kilometers away, it is extremely difficult to meet new people, probably fall in love, and live happily ever after. But, who says your soulmate has to be a few minutes away or has to be a member of your book club?  The exciting thing about love is that it can happen anywhere and at any time. And people who live in rural areas are aware of this possibility and are not giving up on love–as they have...

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