In a world that expects us to excel in our careers while travelling the world and making a positive change, everything can get so fast-paced that we forget about our “me-time” – a time to just relax and breathe and maybe squeeze in a *therapeutic* bath time.
On any other day, on any other destination, it takes a certain amount of pondering on how to describe a place. When you write about a travel location, it can get pretty challenging to allow readers to go on that journey with you; to let them in on what you see and what you eat and what you feel—on what makes a certain place worthy of a visit. But such is not the case for the place we’ll be taking you today—Boracay.
There are two kinds of stress—the good kind, and the toxic kind. The former is the one where you’re physically tired and yet, you are mentally awake and motivated to keep going. It’s the kind that lets you breathe a sigh of relief and fulfilment at the end of the day. The latter, however, is the kind that’s dangerous for your mental and physical health. It drains you, gives you headaches, anxiety, fatigue, and creeps in unhealthy thoughts. And while we all go through both at some point in our busy days, it’s important to take a step back, breathe for a while, and listen to your body when it needs to rest.
Flowers are beautiful, but they can also help you save the day. Forgot your anniversary? Need to say sorry? Can’t pick a birthday gift? Visiting your family? With a bouquet of flowers you are well equipped in nearly all life’s occasions.
Booking a trip to Boracay means finding the best hostels/hotels and walking along White Beach, probably trying out water activities, and partying in the evening. And that’s good, a chill vacation we would all love.