If you find yourself feeling overwhelmed from life’s daily routine, try a quickie vacation. Perhaps a short 2 or 3 day vacation to somewhere in your local area so that you can spend less time traveling and more time relaxing and enjoying yourself.
Maybe there is an exciting spot close to where you live that tourists typically go to when they visit your city or town but you haven’t had a chance to go there yet.
Or perhaps you have a favorite spot but have been so busy that you haven’t been there in a long time.
Whether you choose to visit a location quite close by or somewhere that is simply a three hour car ride away now is the time to get going.
Begin by creating a plan that includes a nice hotel, B&B or caravan site that is close to things you enjoy, such as a museum, or a live theatre, amusement park or a shopping centre. And, make sure you will be close to some nice restaurants too.
You could check-in on Friday afternoon and relax and forget about things until Sunday or Monday evening.
Of course your plans will be based on your personal schedule, but do your best to spend at least 2 to 3 days away from home.
Things To Do On Your Short Quickie Vacation:
- Take in a live theatre production or go to the movies.
- Take your camera and go sightseeing or hiking.
- Explore a museum or art gallery.
- Do some shopping in an area that you haven’t been to in a while, or perhaps have never been to before.
- Enjoy a restaurant that you have not been to before, and afterwards, find a club to go dancing.
- Spend some time relaxing and reading a book.
- If your hotel has a swimming pool, spend sometime in the pool splashing around, like when you were a kid.
- Relax, unwind and enjoy your time away from your hectic schedule and daily routine.
It is important that you create short vacations for yourself so that you can use this time to re-energize your batteries. You can go alone, with your spouse, or with some close friends.
Constantly feeling overwhelmed and run off your feet can lead to health issues. Something we all want to avoid.
Hopefully after a nice enjoyable break you will return to your routine feeling refreshed and alive and ready to tackle new things.