Say that it’s been one of those weeks. Your kid came home with a snake in his backpack; the toddler set the kitchen on fire thanks to a Poptart and a toaster oven incident. You’ve had a horrible day at work and need a breather. You have one hundred sick days and your boss is insisting that you use at least half of them sometime soon to help relieve your stress. Your dog has been running around all day, back and forth, through the house, you can’t find the phone and you think it was somehow flushed down the toilet and, in reality, you don’t feel like cooking dinner.
This is just one of many examples where someone is in need of last minute holidays. We all have days that are at least somewhat similar to the above-and even if you haven’t before, chances are that you will have one eventually. The point? Sometimes it’s better to just take a breather and just go!
First of all, you need to do a lot of last minute research. Find out all that you can on a location that you feel is appropriate and that you will all enjoy. Look both online and off-you never know when you may find an area that is nice, good for you and the family, and really cheap to visit.
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If you’re looking for some of the best slopes and runs for your ski holiday, here’s what serious skiers do: take Geneva airport ski transfers to Espace Killy. Located in the valley with the greatest concentration of the finest, top-class ski areas in the world, its reputation for challenging and extensive winter sports makes it a favourite among those who take their skiing seriously. But it also has much to offer those of lower levels of skill, abilities and experience.
Here are a few of the things you might want to know about this excellent destination.
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It is a normal occurrence for people taking part in celebrating the Holidays to drink more alcohol than they usually would. In many cases, they drink a great deal more than they are accustomed to doing. This is entirely understandable. There’s a festive mood in the atmosphere as people cut loose at the end of the year, going to office parties, get togethers with friends and family celebrations. Unfortunately, the large amounts of drinking during the year-end holidays also typically mean that these people will have a far more difficult time in making a fresh start to the New Year.
They make firm resolutions to be healthier, to lose weight and to get into better physical shape than before, but the overindulgence they engaged in over the Holidays means that they have set the odds squarely against being able to successfully achieve these resolutions. The simple fact is that alcohol has a much greater effect on most people than they realize, both in the day following a night of drinking and over the long run. This was highlighted in a recent opinion piece from The Huffington Post penned by New York Times bestselling author and physician Jeffry Life, M.D. He estimates that the damage done by the single week of drinking between Christmas and New Years is enough to set a person back by a full three months in terms of achieving goals for weight loss, fitness and overall health.
Whereas when we make New Years resolutions we typically get a concept of ourselves as making a fresh start and preparing for an energetic assault on achieving our new goals, in truth those of us who have been drinking in quantity in the final week of the year are often starting out the new year behind from where we were before the holidays begin. It’s not only the direct effects that alcohol has in acting as a poison, dehydrating the body and overloading the liver, but also the fact that people who are already drinking are more likely to break their diets by eating the rich sugary or fatty foods that are so commonly set out to accompany drinks.
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