The temperature is warming up, the kids are finishing school and plans for what's next this summer are being made. Are you dreaming of unplugging from work and other responsibilities and, at the same time, looking to save up
to make your next home purchase? You can do it all with a well-planned staycation
allows you to relax, recharge and enjoy some down time in the comfort of your own home. Here are three tips to get you started.1. Determine Your Staycation Style
Would you prefer to stay in all week, or get out and about and rediscover your hometown? Like you would do with a destination vacation, make a list of things you want to do, eat and see. This is the time to explore the new museum exhibit,
hike the trail you have been meaning to check out or binge watch your favorite TV show.
2. Prep like you are leaving town
The best part of a vacation is getting away from the day-to-day tasks of everyday life. Do yourself a favor and run errands and complete chores the week before your staycation. Do the laundry, fill the car with gas and clean the house
(or, better yet, have it professionally cleaned). This way you can really settle in during your week at home without worrying about the clean clothes that need to be put away or the rug that needs to be vacuumed.
3. Splurge A Little
One reason you chose to vacation at home is to save money, but that doesn't mean you can't splurge a little on small luxuries. Stock the refrigerator with items for awesome homemade meals or budget for eating out at restaurants
when the mood strikes. Even a nice bottle of wine or high quality bubble bath can make you feel luxurious and relaxed without breaking the bank.
Are you a staycation pro with more tips to share? Comment below and let us know how you vacation at home.
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