They’re digital nomads. They’re people of color. Here’s how they make it work

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(CNN) — King Trimble is 7, and, since June 2018, he’s visited over a dozen countries, including Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia. He wasn’t by himself. He was with his parents, Dale and DamiAna Trimble, and his younger siblings, Legend and Love, on a lengthy trip around the world. “We got tired living a routine,” DamiAna, 38, said on a call from Kenya, where the family has been living for the past few months. “We’re adrenaline junkies. To travel with three kids, you have to be some kind of adrenaline junkie.”Nomads risingThe Trimbles are so-called ‘digital nomads,” people who roam the world indefinitely while working remotely. This in itself is not rare. A 2019 report from MBO partners found that 7.9 million Americans considered themselves digital nomads, up from 5 million in 2018. The Trimbles are so-called digital nomads,’ people who roam the world indefinitely while working remotely.Courtesy Dale and DamiAna TrimbleSince Covid-19 and concerns about flying, many people have gotten into RV life. According to the RV Industry Association, more than 40,462 RVs were shipped out in June — a 10% increase from the previous year, and the highest monthly total since October 2018.Millions of people have been craving that that these days, especially since Covid-19 hit. …

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