I have read from a number of experts that regular vacations can promote positive mental health, physical well-being, and higher productivity at work. Especially for women.
One of the best kinds of vacation for any woman is an all girls trip. Women who go on girls trips with their sisters, cousins, best buddies, daughters or mothers are determined to put themselves high on their priority list.
Yes, girls-only trips can take a lot of planning; as everyone seems to be busy with work, family, school, and life in general. But the good part is that a girls only trip has endless possibilities, it can be bachelorette parties, spa weekends, road trips, camping, wellness retreat and simple weekend getaways.
Here are some of my top reasons to recommend girls trip:
It Recharges you:
Just like me, many women are juggling more than one thing at once and need the likelihood to let someone else take over for some time and focus only on themselves. When you travel with your ladies, you get the opportunity to simply be YOU again, without the regular responsibilities that can be confining and exhausting.
As experts say, rest and relaxation are key components in a well-balanced life. So these breaks can help us women rechange and remember we have a support network that we must rely upon.
Helps you Reconnect:
Girls' trip helps us bond and realize that we are not alone in these experiences, challenges, and (mini) triumphs. Reliving old times is a great way to have some laughs and also reflect upon the many stages of life.
Girls trips give us the chance to break out of our comfort zone and explore new places, cultures, and foods. We can travel to destinations that appeal to us girls without having to worry if our spouses or children will find it appealing / interesting. Giving us an opportunity to do something we never thought we could do or do something we always wanted to do.
Lots of giggling, food, companionship, and love are key ingredients to a thriving girls trip and do the work on your body, mind, and soul. Helping you disconnect from technology (world outside) and focus on the relationships that are right in front of you.