Tips on planning a staycation - AmericaNowNews.com

Tips on planning a staycation

Does your family need a vacation but time and money is tight? Well, Mia Redrick, our mom strategist says a stay-cation might be the answer!

"The next time you and your family need a getaway, try a staycation," says Redrick, "What I mean by that is explore in your hometown, play a tourist. It's an inexpensive and wonderful way to spend quality time with your family on a budget."

"There's so many wonderful coupon sites for discounts including movies, bowling. Even hotel discounts so the children can enjoy the pool," says Redrick.

It's fun and no travel is required.

"This might be exactly what your family needs to refuel and reconnect, even in the middle of your busy lives. Remember, when Mama's happy, everyone else in happy," says Redrick.

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