Going on a vacation is just as important as taking your vitamins and eating your vegetables. When you get away from the daily grind, you empower yourself to handle coming months with excellence. American culture is ambivalent about vacations – on one hand, owning vacation property is seen as a sign of prestige, but if you want to take a vacation, you are seen as less dedicated to your job. The key is to be honest with yourself and do what you need, no matter what others say.

In our last blog, we discussed several major benefits to taking a vacation, including boosted confidence and stabilized emotions. We are finishing up this five-part series today with two last vacation benefits.

Stress

While stress can be great for productivity because it motivates you to get things done, too much of it has the opposite effect. Too much stress for too long reduces you to a fraction of your former capability. Even worse, 70% of trips to the doctor are for stress-related issues. Avoid burnout and keep your health intact by getting away to the Rocky Mountains with us!

Find inspiration 

It’s easy to get into a rut and become convinced that’s all there is. Don’t let this happen. Instead, give yourself the chance to see the world anew. Maybe you will discover that you love photography, or you’ll want to blog about your adventures. No matter what you discover, it will add to the richness of your life. If you don’t get away, you’ll never find the new things that await you.

At The Porches, we have dedicated ourselves to providing the best vacation homes for sale in Steamboat Springs. Contact us to learn about full, half, and fractional ownership.