Easter Break Vacation and Staycation Tips from Church & Dwight

My boys have a week off for Easter Break shortly and I have to say that I’m a little bit torn between putting together a fun little family getaway or just staying close to home. But no matter which choice I make, planning is key. That’s why when I’m deciding between a vacation and a staycation, these tips from Church & Dwight are going to come in very handy!

boys at the beach

Vacation

  1. Getting out of town, sitting on a sandy beach or strolling through city streets is exhilarating. Make sure you look and feel your best, and take lots of pictures to capture the memories.
    Tip: For a huge time-saver during your action-packed vacation, try Batiste™ Dry Shampoo in Tropical to tackle oily hair. The light and clean scent will refresh your locks, giving you more time to check out the sights.
  2. The choices are endless. A cruise to the Bahamas? Seeing the Eiffel Tower in Paris? A change of scenery and broadening your horizons is good for the soul.
    Tip: Read fellow travellers reviews online. This will give you some great insight and ideas for what to see and do on your vacation.
  3. If you’re going somewhere warm, this is your chance to escape the end of winter’s wrath. Don’t forget to pack all the essentials.
    Tip: Get rid of unwanted hair with Nair™ Moroccan Argan Oil Ultimate Roll-On Body Wax. You’ll be left with smooth, soft and hair-free skin for up to four weeks.

Staycation

  1. You can get some ultimate relaxation. While jet-setting is exciting, you don’t have to deal with the stresses of travel or expenses. Staying home also doesn’t have to mean sacrificing fun.
    Tip: Don’t start running errands—do all the things you can’t do while working, like catching up on some much needed sleep!
  2. You know the area. There’s no getting lost, or feeling uncomfortable in unfamiliar territory. Take the time to explore your neighbourhood and do the things you’ve wanted to do.
    Tip: Check out a museum, unwind at a local park, or try a new restaurant. You might be surprised what you’ll uncover in your own backyard.
  3. Learn a new skill. Most of us don’t get the time to try something new.
    Tip: Try painting, take a cooking class, or even try a new sport. You’ll be amazed at the vast amount of new and exciting experiences that are out there.

With a whole week for potential fun, I’m actually considering doing both a vacation and a staycation for Easter break. Spending a night away exploring a nearby hotspot in my own home province is sure to be a blast, but so is doing some sightseeing right in Regina! Either way, though, I’ll be making the most of Easter break with my boys this year!

mommy kat and kids rp2

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