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Stress-Free Vacation Checklist

Posted in checklist, travel, travel tips, vacation, vacation tips
on July 30, 2017

Sometimes a vacation can feel so exhausting that you need another vacation to recover from everything; it’s not that you didn’t enjoy your time away, but the travel, planning, and sub-par accommodations can sometimes sap you of all energy. However, you don’t want to feel drained after your vacation, you want to feel rejuvenated, refreshed, and ready to take on the challenges facing you at home. Here are a few ways you can take the stressed out of your vacation, and just focus on recharging your energy.

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Plan ahead

It might feel great getting a huge discount on a last minute vacation package, but last minute planning is extremely stressful and hectic, and not the best way to start you vacation. Book your flights well in advance, and then you can sort out time off, accommodation, and even do some research into your destination so you know what you might like to do when you arrive. The further you book your vacation in advance, the more time you have to sort out little things like budgets and packing, which means you’re less likely to get worked up before you even take off.

 

Use technology

Technology has a way of making things a little less stressful, and it’s no different when it comes to travel. Although you can’t put your passport on an app, you can check in online, download your plane tickets to your phone, and check all your reservations. It can significantly reduce stress if you know you have most of your travel documents in one safe location – you aren’t as likely to lose your phone – and checking in online means you can avoid a long queue if you’re not also checking in luggage.

 

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Stay in a resort

Although hotels have amenities, and some come with meals included, there are often set times for meals, the pools are overcrowded, and they can be full of high-strung tourists. Instead, you should check out Resorts & Lodges for a more relaxing stay in your destination. A resort differs from a hotel in that it attempts to provide for most of its guests’ needs on its premises. Therefore, resorts typically not only offer lodging but also food, drink, sports, entertainment, and shopping onsite. There are many different types of resorts, from spa, golf, and ski resorts, to luxury and all-inclusive facilities. This is perfect if your aim is just to relax and recharge, but if you want to explore the sights, you’ll have to leave the premises.

 

Book a massage

Once you’ve arrived at your destination and settled in, check with your hotel or resort if there are any massage treatments available on site, or where the nearest spa is if not. Flying is uncomfortable, and it can add more tension to your body in addition to the tension you might have felt from work or from making your vacation plans. Taking the time to ease the tension at the start of your vacation means you’re better able to enjoy a stress-free vacation.

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