Want to take a family vacation, but worried about the costs? A stay-at-home vacation ("Staycation") can be a fun and money-saving alternative to dealing with that thrilling extra security search at the airport, or packing everyone in the family roadster for a less-than-scenic drive to your destination. ("Are we there yet? Are we there yet?")
However, there is a difference between a staycation and just hanging around your house being bored. Planning is important. If you don't put any thought into it beforehand, after a day or two you may be looking for a vacation from the rest of your family. Consider some of the following things as you plan your staycation.
If done properly, a staycation can be the perfect relaxing holiday option. Everyone in the family will be rested and ready to return to work, school, or whatever normal routine is appropriate. Meanwhile, you will have saved enough money to mix it up and take a destination vacation next year – unless, of course, you and your family decide you all enjoy staycationing and saving money even more.
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