Staycation, All I Ever Wanted | Infographics

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Staycation, All I Ever Wanted | Infographics

 



Staycation, All I Ever Wanted | Infographics



 

If you thought you had to get away in order to relax and unwind, think again.  These days, the hottest new trend proves that for some truly great rest and relaxation, you can stay right where you are, according to a new video on the topic by CJ Pony Mustang Parts.

Here’s why a staycation is so hard to beat, especially when it comes to more traditional vacations:

Staycations are much cheaper than a traditional vacation.  When you go out of town, it typically involves paying for gas or airline tickets, hotel rooms, and meals out.  These costs can add up quickly, so taking a staycation where you stay in your own house and stick around town is a whole lot easier on your wallet.

Staycations are less stressful to plan.  Vacations involve coordinating flights, hotels, rental cars, activities, and especially if you have a big group, accommodating everyone can be pretty tough.  With a staycation, all of those worries are gone.

They allow for more spontaneity.  You aren’t locked into already made plans and travel arrangements, so you are free to go where you want to go when you want to go there.

They encourage an appreciation for your home and your hometown.  If you’ve always thought you lived in the most boring town in the world, taking a staycation can help you see it in a whole new light, and you may just change your mind.

In addition to being budget friendly, they’re also environmentally friendly.  Less driving means less carbon dioxide emissions from gas, making that a win for you and for Mother Nature.

Things to Keep in Mind for Your Staycation

Remember you are supposed to relax! Even though you aren’t leaving your

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