A mini vacation


    Bet you read this and thought … oh, here it goes again, spending money instead of going into debt. But no, it wasn’t that this time. I am currently taking a well-deserved break! And I’m so excited. It’s going to be a stay full of days reading books from the library in my hammock, working on house projects with the music blasting through the house, and cooking recipes I’ve always wanted to try. Doing what I want for a whole week!

    On cooler days, I prefer to rest in my hammock. That’s not mine, but the mood is the same.

    You see, gymnast is going to Texas for the fall break. And the princess and beauty don’t have an autumn break. So I’ll have the house to myself for a whole week. So exciting. And you know I have a mile-long list of things I want to do here.

    Since one of the perks of my new corporate job is unlimited paid time off, I decided this was a week I wanted to take advantage of. Sleep in, the only mess I have to clean up on my own. I’m so excited.

    I have a supply of library books. Have a plan for chores I want to get done (and most of it has a budget now where it is needed – more on that later.)

    My stay starts next week. I do 3 half days and then take all Thursday and Friday off. I just couldn’t hold out all week, it’s not in me to ignore work for so long.

    Tell me, because I know that many people have had experience with stays since COVID, what I need to come out of a stay refreshed and not to waste my free time. The best tips for a child-free stay?

    The A Little Vacation post first appeared on Blogging Away Debt.


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