There are many reasons to start planning your next vacation. Beyond making memories and spending quality time with your family, a vacation can positively impact your mental health and emotional wellbeing.
If you’ve been experiencing cabin-fever while working from home, here are 4 reasons why you should start planning your next nature-based vacation:
Take the Time You Need to Recharge
Too much stress can eventually lead to burnout and other negative effects. If you’re feeling stressed, it’s important to take time for yourself to recharge. Your job gives you vacation time for a reason, don’t be afraid to use it.
When the time is right, take time off to relax and unwind, so you can return to your job motivated to perform at your best.
Vacations Can Promote Better Sleeping Habits
Stress is one of the biggest factors that contribute to a restless night. When we have too much on our minds, whether it’s work or life-related, it can keep up all night. A poor night of sleep can affect our mood, focus, memory, and much more.
Research has shown that vacations can promote a great night of sleep and discourage the bad habits that disrupt sleep, like working late or staring at your phone all night long. When you’re planning a vacation, find a place that’s in nature and private, just like Timber Ridge Outpost & Cabins.
Improves Our Overall Wellbeing
Vacations help improve our mental health and overall wellbeing by reducing the symptoms associated with depression and anxiety. Vacations are great because they help reduce stress and improve your mood. Even a short weekend getaway can still have strong effects on your mental health.
If you don’t have the time in your schedule to take some vacation days, consider changing up your home office. At Timber Ridge Outpost & Cabins, we have lightning-fast fiber-optic Wi-Fi in all our units, including our treehouses! Your family can get outside and run around while you work surrounded by breathtaking views.
Plan Your Visit with Us!
Are you ready for your next getaway? Come stay with us in a real treehouse, an antique log cabin circa 1852 or one of our private homes on acreage. We have everything you need for a fun, relaxing, and unique vacation. Plus, our accommodating staff lives on-site, so we’re always here if you need us!
Contact us online today to learn about our unique rentals!