As this campaign is coming to an end, I’m going to leave you with some important tips to remind you how to fight post-holiday syndrome..
1. Find things to look forward to
Plan a holiday overseas, or a weekend away, or even a day at the beach. One of my favourite quotes whilst doing this campaign was:
“You put all that effort in dreaming about your holiday, put some effort into dreaming about your reality”
Sometimes you can make a big deal that being on holiday is the only thing you have got to look forward to – so why don’t you spend some time planning some events, or get stuck into a project to keep you excited? Start by making a list of things that you enjoy doing and schedule them into your life.
2. Look after yourself
Sometimes we indulge just a little too much when we’re on holidays and getting back to a healthier routine will help to alleviate feelings of sadness.
Exercise isn’t just good for your health, but also your mind! So if you’re feeling stress or overwhelmed after returning home from a holiday why don’t you check out our previous blog post for great workout tips! By incorporating some exercise into your daily routine, even if it’s a short walk it has the ability to make you feel calm and overall happy.
3. Keep the holiday vibe
Surround yourself with pictures, create a photo book, a travel diary or even write about it will enable you to relive the moments and create a concrete reminder of the wonderful times you’ve had.
I hope these tips have been helpful and they go on to help you make every day a holiday! Thank you to all my readers & good luck fighting post-holiday syndrome!