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So, you want to go on a vacation, but when do you have time to get it all put together and planned? We all have a lot going on in our lives. Even when things are going ‘well’, we still have homes to keep up, grass to mow, gardens to harvest, children to teach to talk/walk/bike/drive/date, friends and family to keep in touch with, oh yeah, and a day job to keep on top of. And from time to time we have to merge our home and work life when we couldn’t get everything done at the office between 8-5. Oh, and don’t forget, you were trying to plan a vacation!
Make time and do it! Day to day life, and work, can, and will, survive without you. Here is a list of things to consider and do before heading out (or in).
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