The reasons to escape the bad weather

Published on August 26, 2017 by admin

The summer is over and we have to start our daily routine again. Autumn is starting and we are stuck behind the four walls of our house. Look at some of the reasons why you should escape the bad weather.

1. The Local Weather.

It’s too cold. It’s too hot. It’s too rainy. No matter what Mother Nature is bringing, you’re not digging it. That’s why you need to take yourself to a place where the weather is always perfect, which is the beach aka paradise. While most people say the beach drains you, I’d argue that it actually gives you the gift of total relaxation. If you’re not convinced the time is now, keep reading. You’ll also get a glimpse at where you can lay your sweet head. For now, cast your gaze below on this eye candy at Sentosa, Turks & Caicos

2. Planning Ahead Never Happens.

If you’re like most of us, you have this idea in your head of taking an amazing beach vacation. You have it all planned out in your mind. You go online, fawn over the gorgeous water and sand. And then you get busy. Your dog needs to go to the vet. Your mom calls. You step on a tack and are distracted by the throbbing pain. So this following through with the plan thing never happens. Why? Because it stays in your mind.  Click here to see Interlude one of our dreamy villas on Saint Martin   Choose one. And go. You could be there. Just sayin’.

3. Your Skin is Crying Out for Vitamin D.

We know that too much sun is not good. However, a little natural vitamin D is good for body and soul. Since it’s probably been shut away under layers of sweaters over the last few months, we highly suggest you let it out. In the Caribbean everyone is in shorts, tank tops, puka shell necklaces and straw hats enjoying their own beach vacation. A smile and a beer are pretty much a requirement, and there’s always live music and delicious food. Give it some room to breathe and take in a little nourishment from Curacao

4. Whatever the Problem, the Answer is the Beach.

 The expansive view of the ocean water, often referred to as “blue space” by psychologists, actually calms our mind. Fire your shrink. Hire a beach. The sweet sun, teal waves and soft, toe-loving sand is all you need. Few things are more beneficial than beach therapy. How does an beach vacay in Aruba sound?

5. Life is Short.

You know this cliché, but here’s the thing: clichés exist because they’re true. Vacations are awesome. But they can also be purposeful and good for the soul. We earn our days off and work hard all year long so travel should be a sacred experience. So do yourself a favor. Start looking at our destinations. Grab your friends and family. Make some memories.

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