5 Reasons Not To Skip A Vacation This Year

It’s that time of year again when people start to plan their vacation for summer. After all, it’s always smart to give yourself something to look forward to. However, you might have decided that you don’t want to go on vacation at all. People who do this are often using it as a way to save money and keep their finances in check which sounds like a smart decision. That said, there are a few reasons why you shouldn’t skip a vacation that you should think about before you make this choice. It might just be enough to convince you that you should be booking that vacation after all.

99c78514-bd92-4410-bf5a-1b408524f6a8.JPGMoney Problems Shouldn’t Stop You Living Life

It can seem as though you should focus on saving money if you’re living on a tight budget. You might think that going on vacation with your precious savings isn’t a smart move. After all, you don’t want to blow thousands on a couple weeks of your life, do you? Well first, it’s worth pointing out that you don’t have to spend thousands to go on vacation. Nope, you can do it a lot cheaper than that if you cut spending in the right areas.

For instance, right now there are countless deals on vacations in the run up to Christmas. You can get cheap flights, cheap hotel stays and much more. You can even find package deals that are designed not to break the bank and to ensure that people do head on vacation next year. It’s also possible to build a vacation package on a shoestring budget.

Rather than book a beautiful hotel, consider staying in a hostel. You get the social benefits here, meeting new people and making new friends. As well as this, it can cost hundreds of the cost of your holiday. While this won’t provide you with the luxury environment you need to relax, if it’s a sightseeing holiday you’re after this is the perfect choice.

e2cb3a31-1ecd-40f0-9bee-562d35692e02Tomorrow Might Never Arrive

We don’t mean to be morbid but it’s quite possible that you’ll die tomorrow. No one knows how much time they have left in this world. Even if you’re in perfect health a holiday can still be put off again and again until it never happens at all. It’s easy to understand why this might happen. You could find other things to save for instead such as buying a property or perhaps saving up for your family. This is exactly how people never fulfil their travel dreams. Instead, these plans are simply forgotten and it still starts with not having the money in your account.

However, there’s no need to do this because companies like Bonsai Finance can provide you with the loan you need to pay for that dream holiday. With affordable interest options available, you will be able to pay it back when you can and still live out the vacation you wanted. This is another example of how budget constraints shouldn’t stop you enjoying the summer in an international location.

f7c9499e-ed7d-476b-8c29-6222211b8e01Vacations Are Good For Your Health

It’s worth pointing out that countless studies have shown vacations provide fantastic benefits for your health. It’s true to say that the typical working week or even working month can quickly wear you down to the point where you feel exhausted, anxious and often even depressed. With a vacation, you can get things back on track and make sure that you can handle another year of working your fingers to the bone. Just two weeks on a beach or in a tropical location can have tremendous benefits to your health, both mentally and physically. It’s quite common for people who don’t go on holidays to suffer from a range of negative health issues and it can even start to impact your physical wellbeing.

Stress can lead to issues such as weight gain, hair loss and even chronic pain. You might even be suffering from RSI in your job. That’s one of the most common injuries in the American workplace today. By heading on vacation you can give your wrists a much needed break and come back to work feeling refreshed and ready to go full steam ahead.

There Are So Many Places You Haven’t Seen

You might think that there’s no harm missing out a year where you don’t go on vacation. Well, if we haven’t scared you with the possibility that you could be hit by a bus tomorrow, consider this? The world is quite literally massive and you could spend two weeks out of every year of your life exploring new parts but you’d still never see it all. In fact, you could spend two months out of each year exploring and the same is true. You would miss parts. Wonderful, staggering life changing parts such as taking a dip in the Devil’s Pool at Victoria Falls or perhaps heading to Nazca Lines. Perhaps you want to see the Easter Islands or witness the Majesty of the Pyramids. There’s the great barrier reef in Australia and let’s not forget all the man made wonders that you don’t want to miss out on. From incredible shopping experiences to historical monuments and theme parks, it’s just not a good move to miss out on seeing one of these places next year.

You Don’t Need To Go Far

You probably think that to have a great vacation you need to head off to somewhere tropical and beautiful. But what about instead exploring the world just outside your front door. This is a great way to significantly cut the costs and ensure that you still get an adventure. There are probably plenty of fantastic adventures near your home that you haven’t been on from exploring local camping shops to a stay in a city hotel. It’s perhaps time to explore a new side of the place you call home.

We hope you love these ideas and look forward to your holiday next summer, rather than cutting it out of your plans completely.

Have you got any travel plans for this year? I’d love to know down below.

Love, Cally x

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