Vacations, for most people, are a big deal. They often take months of planning, from choosing a destination and securing days off work to arranging flights, accommodations, and activities. When traveling to tourist-popular locales, you’ll probably want to hit all the big-ticket, must-see attractions. And while that’s all well and good, you often get the most out of a trip by thinking small.
On your next big vacation, make an effort to seek out some local, lesser-known places. By veering off the path of the guide books, you’ll gain a more authentic, accurate picture of the area you’re visiting. Plus, you’ll get a break from the crowds and the repetitive staleness that too often accompanies the most well-known hot spots.
Here are a few tips for thinking small on vacation:
When taking a big vacation, think small. After all, when it comes down to it, less really can be more.
By: Sheri Staak
Leadership and Motivation
For Emma Spencer Living