Americans Take Fewer Vacations-If You Can’t Get Away, Get A Hot Tub
It’s Labor Day. I hope you’ve had a chance to take the day off and soak in your hot tub and have some fun like the couple in the photo is enjoying.
Checking the weather channel yesterday for the 10-day forecast for Seattle, I saw a survey: “How often does your family take a vacation?” The results were sad to see. 20.1% said they rarely take a vacation. 12.8% said every 2-5 years. 27.9% did say once a year, but it’s not certain for how long their vacation was. The rest were more fortunate and vacationed 2-3 times a year for short times.
I’m talking to the people who rarely take vacations or only every 2-5 years. Did you know that vacations are necessary to avoid burnout, to refresh, relax and renew? Many of our Olympic Hot Tub customers say that they use their Hot Spring Spas for a daily vacation. When they can’t get away from home, they can at least go to their own backyard and take an hour to unwind and get back to center. If you’re one who doesn’t take many vacations, you need a hot tub! It’s a stressful world out there. Taking the time to de-stress will give you multiple health benefits in the long run.
SANUM PER AQUA Latin for Health through Water.
Author: Don Riling
Don Riling is the President of Olympic Hot Tub and has been an active member of the hot tub industry for over 20 years. As the company’s owner since 2016, he has continued Olympic’s legacy of promoting health & wellness through hot water & sauna therapy.