How A Staycation Can Benefit Your Business

I fully believe that a staycation can benefit your business.

Going on a staycation is one of the best ways to break out of your routine, discover a new area in your city and spark ideas.

I always find myself feeling creative and excited after a staycation, which is why I try to take at least 3 per year.

My latest staycation took me to Hyatt Place in Amherst. The hotel is located in Williamsville, an area that I don’t spend a lot of time in.

Getting out of my apartment, and the downtown area, was a great way for me to get out of my typical weekend routine.

The Hyatt was an incredible place to do this because the amenities are seriously amazing. 

The hotel had an indoor pool and jacuzzi, fitness center and firepit.

Yes, I took advantage of all three because why not? That is what staycations are all about: getting out of the typical routine.

On a typical weekend, I spend most of my time doing errands. I clean the apartment, meal prep and get things done.

On a staycation weekend, that all changes.

The benefits of staycations:

A staycation weekend involves a lot of rest and relaxation.

I work out, read books, journal and sleep in.

I do things that I wouldn’t typically do on the weekend like sit by a firepit with a cocktail, which is such a good way to spark ideas.

By relaxing and getting out of my usual environment, I find that I feel more creative.

Ideas come flying in whenever I take that time to rest and relax.

Not to mention, having ample time to journal means that I have the space to take those new ideas and start working through them a bit.

Staying at The Hyatt:

I’m so grateful for the Hyatt for inviting me to come stay because I had such a restful and rejuvenating weekend.

Stephen and I enjoyed dinner at the hotel, drinks by the fire pit and a nighttime swim.

We slept so well in the gorgeous, King-sized bed and had a delicious breakfast the morning after.

I finished the stay with a great workout at the fitness center which felt SO good.

There really isn’t a better way to unwind and reset than a staycation.

While I do love to travel, that can be anxiety-producing and stressful with all of the packing, unpacking, flights, etc…

Staycations are the best of both worlds because you have the chance to escape without any of the travel-related stresses.

What do you think? Do you like staycations?

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