Vacation is supposed to be a time for relaxation and rejuvenation. We're all for exploring an overcrowded city or a nature spot with no one around for miles, but the key to any vacation is balance. This is why it's so important to us to include free time in every itinerary we plan whether it's for a group or an individual. That's why when we read this latest article in the New York Times, we knew we had to share it with you.
"Research cited by the Harvard Business Review shows that people derive little to no happiness boost from vacations they perceive as stressful. Jam-packed itineraries and tight connections may look exciting on paper, but they could end up meaning you return no happier than when you left."
Read the full article, written by Arthur C. Brooks, here.