Hop over to Techie Homeschool Mom today to check out my guest post on Staying Tech-Connected While Living on the Road. And before you go, happy Mother’s Day to all of my fellow moms! I hope you are reading this with a cinnamon roll and coffee in hand like I am.
Staying Tech-Connected While Living on the Road
There are a growing number of families living on the road full time, such as full-time RVers, families that travel for work, and families connected to performing arts and competitive sports. My family falls into the first category- full-time RVing families. We love the freedom to travel, but it presents several challenges in the area of technology. This is particularly true for the technology we use in our mobile homeschool or “roadschool.” After all, in the RV we are living in one-tenth of the space as we were in our “sticks and bricks” home, and we are frequently without an external source of electricity, such as when driving or when “boondocking” without hook-ups. We never have a wired internet connection. Here are a few ways that we’ve addressed these challenges and incorporated the technology we were accustomed to into our life on the road.
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