Travel Resolution: Use All Your Vacation Days

By The Cruise Web, Inc.

Choose Travel in 2014Did you know that in America, on average, for every 14 days of time off, only 10 of those days off are actually used? This according to Expedia’s 2013 Vacation Deprivation survey.

Are you one of those people who didn’t use all your vacation time this year?

If you are, we are here to help, but the first step is to make a resolution.

This year I will use all of my vacation days!

Now why aren’t you using your paid time off?

Many vacation wasters claim they have trouble coordinating with their travel partners or struggle to make plans. For those with this problem, The Cruise Web is the solution. One call is all it takes. Our expert consultants will help you find a great vacation that will work for you and your travel companions. They will arrange all the details, from when to leave to what time to eat dinner, and we can even schedule spa time.

Some vacationers claim that they don’t have enough money for a vacation. Times are tough for many, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give yourself a break. In fact, you may have seen the 52-week money challenge chart floating around. This chart challenges you to save $1 the first week of 2014, $2 the next and so on through the last week of the year when you are putting away $52.  If you follow this challenge, you’ll save $1,378 and will be able to find a plethora of cruises to choose from with one year’s budget, and many wouldn’t even cost more than half a year’s worth of these savings.

One of the biggest reasons people don’t take vacations is that they are either consumed by their work, or they are afraid if they take a break, they’ll be more likely to be let go in this unstable economy. However, the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) thinks an employee with a vacation is a better employee. In one survey, the SHRM concluded that employees who take vacations are more productive, happier and wind up staying in their jobs longer.

So no excuses. This year use all of your vacation days and let us help!

The Cruise Web, Inc.
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1 comment

1 TimOfFlorida { 01.04.14 at 10:19 pm }

At 50 years old, I remember working and getting separate Vacation, sick and personal days. Now, at least here in Florida, I get “PTO”(Paid time off). My PTO includes ALL of my vacation, sick and personal time. So, If I get 1 week of PTO a year, to take it for vacation in my opinion is irresponsible not knowing if I am going to get sick for the rest of the year. Well, call me irresponsible!!! I work too hard NOT to vacation at least once a year!!!

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