7 Reasons Why You Should Take A Staycation

Written by Sadie Salazar

What is a staycation, exactly? It’s a vacation where you stay at home. If it doesn’t sound like fun, here are some reasons that you should consider taking one.

1. You'll save money! 

Everyone loves to save money. With a staycation, you won’t need to spend money on a rental car, flights, gas money, hotels, etc.

2. It's fun for the whole family. 

To get everyone involved in the fun, plan the activities that you want to do together. This can be anything from visiting your local zoo or aquarium, to hiking, to camping in the back yard.

3. It's way less stress than a vacation. 

You won’t need to worry about missed flights, lost luggage, or arguing over which restaurant to eat at. Take it one day at a time and relax.

4. You'll finally enjoy your surroundings. 

Maybe you’ve wanted to visit some nearby places, but didn’t have the time. Imagine taking a hike on a Wednesday afternoon when most people are at work. It’ll make it that much more enjoyable.

5. Discover new places in your area. 

By enlisting the help of your family, you can come up with really great ideas of how to spend your time. Maybe you've heard of a fishing spot a few miles away, or there's a National Park nearby. Now's your time to explore them! No excuses when you don’t have anything planned.

6. You'll support your local economy. 

The money you'll be spending on your staycation will go right back to your local area and local businesses.

7. You don't need to worry about getting everyone packed and ready to go.

With a staycation, you don’t need to worry about packing entertainment and snacks for the road trip. Sleep in and enjoy the time with your family.

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