Top 8 Gifts For Travelers


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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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Why is Rural America's Internet So Bad?


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As technology progresses in our world today, one of the most crucial tools people use for communication, entertainment, and information is the internet. With over 6 billion people living on this rock, more than half of the earth’s population is connected, which is no mean feat. Today, numerous individuals and communities depend on the internet and cannot imagine their lives without it. The United States, which boasts one of the largest online markets globally, has over 307 million internet users within its borders. The private sector is largely responsible for providing internet connectivity across the country, using various technologies with...

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


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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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Understanding the Dynamic between Truckers and RVers


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There are over 1.8 million truckers in the US currently, representing the 14th most common occupation nationally. They serve as significant conveyors of goods across state lines and have become increasingly indispensable since the pandemic. Truckers are vital to the economy, providing jobs and haulage services for essential goods. On the other hand, according to the RV Industry Association, over a million Americans live full-time in RVs. While some do not have options, many have done it by choice recently. With remote work becoming more popular and digital nomadism on the rise, RV sales have reached record heights and continue...

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5 Ways to Optimize an Internet for Rural Areas


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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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