Holiday At Home By Heather Nette King

With travel still partially restricted for so many of us this summer, one of the best coping strategies for wanderlust sufferers is to create some ‘staycation’ vibes at home. And the best part is that it’ll cost you less than a plane ticket and a hotel room — all you need is a little imagination and to follow these easy tips for creating your best holiday at home.

Me Time

Firstly, carve out some ‘me time’ into your day. It’s so easy to get caught up in household and work-from-home responsibilities, so you really need to assign yourself some time relaxation time each day.

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Vacation Vibes

Firstly, carve out some ‘me time’ into your day. It’s so easy to get caught up in household and work-from-home responsibilities, so you really need to assign yourself some time relaxation time each day.

Get Comfy

A comfortable lounge chair is a must if you want to spend quality time reading novels or your favourite magazines in the sunshine. Choose something low and slouchy, then pile on the cushions and a throw for extra comfort.

Add side tables so that your books and refreshments are close at hand at all times.