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10 Ways Taking A Vacation Break Can Positively Change Your Life

Vacation Break Change Your Life

Sometimes life can be too weird to understand. There are rough times when anything is going as planned and some other days when everything seems to just click. But, how do you change the dynamics of your own life, when things are not going well? You still have a job, a routine and a series of personal and professional commitments that won’t leave you any room to take a step back and change the way your life is going. Sometimes all you need is a vacation break to positively change your life:

1. When I was younger, I remember going camping to what was then a secluded beach town (which is today the trendy hotspot of Sayulita), in order to get away from the noise of a big city like Guadalajara, and from the influence of parents and friends. All I wanted to do was to have some time to think. I was at a point in my life where things were going nowhere, so I came back from Sayulita with the determination to quit my job, sell my car and move to London. It was the best decision of my life. But I needed a vacation break to enjoy the peace of mind and the change of scenery that only a place of then-tranquil Sayulita could give me.

2. Romantic getaways are a thing because they work. Going on vacations as a couple is one of the best relationship advice you can get. Once you take routine out of the way, you go back to zero, as when you started your relationship and everything was new and exciting.

3. Going on a trip with your boy or girl can be a great way to create a stronger bond with your children. Think on a fishing/camping trip between dad and son, and you’ll get the picture.

4. Holidays are an excellent example of how a vacation can help you improve your family relationships. A Thanksgiving break or a cross-country Christmas trip allows some quality time with some of the most important people in your life.

5. The best part about traveling is that you get to know different cultures and ways of life. An experienced traveler tends to have a more open mind to cultural diversity and be more empathic.

Romantic Vacation Getaway Mexico

6. A good vacation can help reinforce your self-esteem as a proof of the success you’ve had in life until this point.

7. Release stress and the pressure from a busy schedule with a tropical getaway. Sometimes all you need is just to take a deep breath in order to keep pushing forward.

8. Find a new balance in your life with a detox retreat, one of the traveling trends in this 2018. You will be surprised to know how many kinds of detox there are for you to choose.

9. Improve your health by doing some medical tourism. Have you been postponing an important surgery just because the cost of it is prohibitive? Go to Mexico and get an awesome package in a private hospital where you’ll be treated like a kind. Then, while you recover, spend your days at a luxury villa by the beach and enjoy the good life.

10. Rediscover the purpose of your life by going on a solo trip to a mystical place such as India or Machu Picchu.

Blog Headline: 10 Ways Taking A Vacation Break Can Positively Change Your Life Blog Description: Sometimes life can be too weird to understand. There are rough times when anything is going as planned, and some other days when everything seems to just click. But, how do you change the dynamics of your own life, when things are not going good? You still have a job, a routine and a series of personal and professional commitments. Published Date: 2018-08-10T16:30:00 Modified Date: 2018-08-10T16:30:00 Image URL: https://villaexperience.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/romantic-vacation-getaway-mexico.jpg Image Width: 1980 Image Height: 1300 Publisher Name: Oliver Weickardt Logo URL: https://villaexperience.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/logo-villa-experience-5.png Logo Width: 500 Logo Height: 500
Luis Domínguez is a freelance writer and independent journalist. Interested in travel, art, books, history, philosophy, politics and sports. He has written for Fodor’s, Yahoo!, Sports Illustrated, Telemundo, Villa Experience, MexResorts, ONE Magazine and PV Pulse, among other brands of print and digital media in Europe and North America. Luis has a Master’s Degree in Humanities from the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria from Madrid, Spain; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the Tecnológico de Monterrey. A global citizen, Luis has lived in some of the largest and most vibrant cities in the world, including London, Madrid and Mexico City. Currently lives in Playa del Carmen, México, where he is the Middle School Director of an International School and writes in English and Spanish for different media around the world. He defines himself as a humanist, liberal and rational.

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