Have Enough Winter Yet?
Plan Your Next Vacation to Shake Those Winter Blues
A recent study conducted by the Applied Research Quality of Life shows that a vacation starts the day you begin planning it. And one of the biggest mood boosters you get from a vacation is planning it.
“We encourage everyone to take the time to think about – and plan – your next vacation,” says Howard Nusbaum, president and CEO of the American Resort Development Association (ARDA). “Planning a tropical beach vacation or a week in the mountains will help to cure those winter blues many of us feel this time of year.”
Planning a vacation is not only an important logistical step, it helps psychologically as well. Taking the time to ensure that the location is right and the amenities that you want are available alleviates stress when you arrive at your destination.
One type of vacation to consider is vacationing with timeshare. “We recognize that while most people may wake up and think about vacation, they may not be thinking about a timeshare vacation,” said Nusbaum. However, with more than 5,000 resorts located in over 100 different countries, a timeshare vacation may be ideally suited for many families and vacationers especially because many resorts offer rental packages as a way to test out the product. Timeshare resorts offer convenience and high quality amenities with the luxury of a top-notch resort and the comforts of home. Vacationers can eat in or dine out, have their own bedroom and bathroom and not feel restricted by the parameters of traditional hotel rooms.
Travelers are encouraged to visit www.VacationBetter.org to learn more about the benefits of vacationing with timeshare.