The great social theorist William Joel put it best:
“Working too hard can give you a heart attack-ack-ack-ack-[etc.]”
If you’re an American, you’re probably not heeding that warning. When it comes to worshiping freedom, we talk a big game, but are pretty willing to chain ourselves to our desks; a recent study commissioned by the US Travel Association found that the average American worker forfeits about five vacation days a year. That obsessive work ethic might just be killing us, though. If you’re looking for an excuse to get out of town for a few days, look no further than the science-backed benefits of vacations we’ve collected here.
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When you plan travel with Vacationisms, you're shopping small and supporting a privately owned business based in Goffstown, NH.
We're owned by a husband and wife power duo living locally with their two-nager. Yes, two-nager. When you plan your travel with us, you aren't only supporting our amazing team, you're supporting the community, too. We reinvest heavily in our community in social advocacy, youth development and athletic programs, and we too shop small. We believe that our community is important and we appreciate your business to allow us to continue.