Vacation has always been a touchy subject. Today’s America is a busy and opinionated culture, and it seems like everyone has something to say about traveling. But there’s only one voice, one life, and one person’s time that matters – yours. Travel affects your life more than you may ever realize. If there’s still something holding you back from getting on that plane, ship, or car, we’re here to give you the extra push.
You’ve Got the Time
Work is the number one excuse people use to prevent themselves from traveling. You’re extremely busy, but you’re also very stressed. Dig deep into your memory, and you might remember this little thing called vacation time. Around 55% of Americans left vacation days unused last year. Don’t be part of the statistic. Your company gives you that time for a reason, and it’s your right to use it.
If Not Now, When?
There’s a lot of pressure on Americans to work hard. So much, that many feel travel is a luxury best saved for retirement. Millennials however, a demographic of extreme wanderlusters, opt to travel while they’re young, instead of settling down and buying a house. The truth is that millennials are on to something. Take the opportunity to see the world while you can to avoid the regret later.
You’ll Be Richer
We’re not talking about money in the bank, but travel has been proven to enrich many aspects of life. Vacations help you relax so that when you do return to work, you’ll feel more energized, work harder, and bring brand new ideas and experiences to the table. Interacting with different cultures also improves your outlook on life and people from other backgrounds. Travel has also shown to improve personality and make people more confident, spontaneous, and friendly. Traveling might not pay the bills (if you’ve figured out how, please tell us!), but it will make you richer.
We live in a big, beautiful world, and it’s about time you saw it for yourself. Use your time, travel now, and enrich your life today by contacting your Liberty Travel consultant and booking your next adventure.