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How to Make the Most of Your Staycation

How to Make the Most of Your Staycation

If you can’t afford to go on a vacation or weekend getaway this summer, take time for a staycation to relax and recharge. There are plenty of ways you can make staying at home just as rewarding as getting away. We’ve got tips and tricks to help you find your creativity and make the most of your staycation.

Unplug & Unwind

If you were on a vacation, you wouldn’t be glued to your phone or email. For a true, relaxing staycation, make sure you put your phone away, or at least turn off the sound. It’s also a good idea to put an out of office message on your email. That way, you won’t worry about checking in until your staycation is over.

To take your relaxation to another level, get a hold put on your mail. When you stop receiving reminders of your regular life at home, you’ll be able to enjoy your staycation as if you weren’t at home at all. Your mail will resume regular service at the end of the hold, so you can get back into your everyday life without missing a beat.

Order In

On a vacation, you probably wouldn’t worry about going to the grocery store or cooking all of your meals. Apply that mental state to your staycation by ordering in. These days, you can order just about anything to come straight to your door, so whether you want Mexican food, Italian food, a bottle of wine, or snacks to munch on, you can get it without getting in your car or fighting the crowds in town. If you plan your ordering before your staycation begins, you can find coupons and promo codes to make sure costs don’t get out of hand.

Create a Destination at Home

Put on some tropical music, light a scented candle, and make a Caribbean drink to transport yourself to your dream beach destination on your staycation. Have you ever wanted to visit Rome? Order in some good Italian food, put on a little bit of Dean Martin, and pretend you’re looking at the Coliseum. With a little bit of imagination, you can go wherever you desire without leaving home. You can learn all about the culture, traditions, food, and music of your favorite destinations online beforehand to make your home into the perfect vacation destination.

Turn Your Home into a Spa

With the help of aromatherapy, store-bought facial masks, and some bubble bath, you can turn your own bathroom into a spa rivaling those at luxury resorts. Turn off your phone and play some calming music to really indulge in your home spa. If you want to splurge a little, you can hire a masseuse that makes house calls. 

If you want to make your staycation extra special, or if you have your heart set on a vacation away from home, lean on CreditBox for the extra funding you need. Apply online today and get going tomorrow. 

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