The kids are back in school and you’ve had some time to adjust. How’s it going? Are you back into your own routine? Do bedtimes and lunches have you overwhelmed? How about a quick mom vacation?
As parents, we know all about the behind-the-scenes activities that must take place before we send our kids out the door that first day of school. From the shopping—so much back to school shopping—to planning the perfect first day outfit and prepping healthy lunches.
Back to school season is definitely an ordeal for even the most organized families. And that’s true no matter how many kids you have or how old they are. It’s simply the logistics of sending our kids back into the classroom well-prepared and looking great.
But, now that the kids are back into their routine, things are starting to flow well at home, and every one is settled, perhaps it’s time to focus on yourself. Time to get away for one hot minute (at least).
Here are just 7 reasons you need a mom vacation:
- Let’s face it, you need a break.
- Refresh, Rediscover, and Reconnect. Find your identity again.
- You need (at least) one day where everything evolves around you.
- Uninterrupted sleep.
- Teach your kids it’s okay to be away from you and be independent.
- Travel transforms you.
- Self-care is necessary if we want to pour into others.
That last one though? That’s the most important. We have to take care of ourselves—physically and emotionally—if we want to be able to care for others… well. It’s hard to keep going when you feel like you’re hanging on by a thread. Tired and anxious.
Therefore, I have a great idea! Hop on over to megabus.com and plan your mom vacation! megabus.com offers an affordable and convenient express bus service to more than 120 cities across North America.
Megabus.com wants to give on you a trip of your choice, to any city serviced by the company, allowing you to take that last-minute mom vacation as you return to your weekly post-summer routines.
Megabus.com features include:
- Free Wi-Fi
- Personal power outlets
- Onboard restrooms
- Reclining seats
- Reserved seating
- Three-point seatbelts