How to plan a unique staycation that will help you relax and rejuvenate

staycation guide

Guide on How to plan a unique staycation

Time off has a whole different meaning this past year, and may likely have a different look into the hear future too. That’s OK: It’s still important to take time to regroup and recharge, even if it’s only a staycation. Unfortunately, some people turn their staycation into a time to work at home, and that doesn’t do anything to help them feel as though they were able to relax and actually use the time off for what it’s intended.

Although it might not seem like it, since you can’t jet off to that lovely tropical vacation, there are some advantages to time off that you spend at home. For example, there’s no packing and no mad scramble to figure out who is going to take care of the house, animals, or other to dos (which can be stressful, of course). There’s also not any time wasted trekking through airports or train stations – time that you could be spending at home doing what you want to do. How else do you make use of that time? This graphic explains it.