I know some people who are constitutionally incapable of kicking back and doing nothing. People who are always on the go, either working or feeling guilty for not working. And I don't just mean paid labor here - life itself becomes this big, long chore for some.
I've never had that problem. Oh, I work. But I also rest. And I do it without guilt. So should you. Too much stress is bad for the body and the mind. The average American doesn't get enough sleep, and has the poor health to show for it. Rest is good; regenerative.
With this in mind, our last staycation spotlight is about doing nothing. Nada. Zilch. Why not carve out a weekend all to yourself? Have your own staycation. No family, no friends, just sweet, sweet solitude. How does that sound? Heaven? Hell? Well, I suppose this staycation could be a group activity. You know what they say...you want to save water, bathe with a friend.
Doing nothing is an art, and it must be engaged in with aplomb and enthusiasm. Here are some tips to get you started: