Traveling Vacations vs. Staycations (Paragraph #3 (Leaving to involve…
Traveling Vacations vs. Staycations
It only stands to reason that back-porch vacations and poolside holidays are becoming the new trend for middle-class Americans, especially in light of the recent economic crisis.
It is the same with traveling. Unlike watching the Discovery Channel or National Geographic, reading about exotic places on somebody’s blog and watching even the most colorful and fun podcasts about traveling, visiting the place is ten times more powerful of an experience.
Leaving to involve yourself in an adventure is arguably the best source of inspiration one could think of.
In this regard, traveling can be the best cure for depression, the feeling of inner perplexity, and fears for what the future may bring and where you are heading
Unlike staycations that normally revolve around the same group of people you are already on good terms with, traveling brings together at times absolutely different people, from various cultures and backgrounds.
Traveling is a chance to make new friends and change the cycle of the everyday routine you have gotten trapped in over the years.
Traveling may seem like a challenge at times— it needs a great deal of planning, a decent budget, and a certain enthusiasm and willingness to challenge yourself
There is a place for discussion of whether traveling is worth the money you will spend on it or is it better to save up, spend your vacation at home, and stay within your comfort zone.
Staycations have become the most popular alternative to vacation
This is most likely due to the fact that staying at home for the
holidays is cheaper, safer, and easier
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