Family vacations are good for everyone. As Susan Krauss Whitbourne of the University of Massachusetts, Boston, says: “It puts you in a different frame of mind, gets you out of your standard patterns and can give you time with family.”
But let’s face it - planning a vacation can be a logistical nightmare. Is it any wonder the average American is only using about 50% of their paid time off?
This is what makes having a family vacation in your backyard so attractive.
Why You Should Consider Having a “Staycation”?
There are a few reasons having a “staycation” is better . . .
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