Vacation is Good For Your Bottom Line

In my mind, there are two types of vacations, the one where you come exhausted, needing a vacation from your vacation, and the other, where you come back re-charged, exhilarated, self reflected, and eager to get on with your life; the one you left behind when you said you needed a vacation.

photo credit Lauren Forsman

Getting away from your worries, both personal and professional, spiritual healing, re-charging, nourishment, low bar for what represents lack of stress in daily life.

You will return from vacation and immediately set new levels of productivity.

If you’re not a pick up and go type of person, lower stress associated with leaving for vacation by planning and saving ahead of time, find ways to set up a vacation fund a year ahead of time.

Decide upon the type of vacation you want, are you an outdoorsy type, hiking kayaking or do you prefer the hustle and bustle of a city with outdoor cafes and loads of shopping?

Just go away!

About the Author: Lori Brand

Lori Brand is the Managing Director of SafeChoice Financial Group and the founder of the Monmouth County Women’s Business Connection networking group in Monmouth County NJ. To learn more about Lori Brand go to To join the virtual and local networking group go to