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Christine Louise Hohlbaum, author of "The Power of Slow: 101 Ways to Save Time in Our 24/7 World," explains on the CNN website that workers who forgo their vacations aren't doing themselves or their companies any favors. Even if they are physically present, they have often mentally checked out. "If people are overworked, they're surfing the Internet. They're not contributing to the bottom line," Hohlbaum says. When we picture our next break from work, we think we???ll spend our time unplugged and slowly refreshing from our day-to-day. But sometimes, the stress of missing work or planning the perfect itinerary can leave us more stressed than when we started. Sometimes we need a vacation from our vacation. In fact, studies show that having a stressful trip is worse than not taking one at all. So the question is: What are we doing wrong? And how did we get to a point where vacation is so stressful, anyway? The United States is the only advanced, developed country in the world that does not have legally mandated paid vacations??? a stark contrast to its European peers where workers get 20 to 30 or more paid days off a year. Among U.S. workers who are offered paid leave, the average vacation taken is only about 9 days a year. That means that we???re spending less than 4 percent of our total annual working hours on vacation. That puts a lot of pressure on those breaks to really deliver, which is probably why we tend to use vacations as both personal reward and recovery periods. For many of us, that means planning adventure-oriented vacations, where we travel great distances, create jam-packed itineraries, or occasionally engage in some sort of intense physical challenge. The result is often a vacation that is wildly fun, but not at all restful. So how can we retool our approach to vacations to ensure we emerge refreshed, rather than just re-stressed? We combed through the research to source key tips on the most important factors. That means that we???re spending less than 4 percent of our total annual working hours on vacation. Take a vacation every 3-6 months. According to a recent study from Radboud University in the Netherlands, the ideal amount of vacation time to achieve lasting results is 21 days, and you need a minimum of 8 full days off before you even begin to retain recovery effects. For most of us, a three-week vacation sounds great but is hardly realistic. And, in fact, taking one, long vacation a year isn???t healthy either. The study suggests that if you can???t take 3 or more weeks off every 6 to 8 months, it???s better to take multiple, shorter breaks throughout the year. Other studies have shown that the anticipation alone can help alleviate stress beforehand, so book in advance when you can. Make a flexible itinerary a priority. The same study from Radboud University found that effective vacations give you the choice and freedom to choose what you want to do. That means two things: Try to avoid structuring your vacation around an unbreakable schedule, and plan on going somewhere that has multiple options to pick from depending on the weather, your level of energy, or your budget. Incorporate physical activity, but keep it easy. Research has shown that the longest lasting recovery effects are achieved through activities that are not strenuous or stressful; activities like swimming, snorkeling, golf, or walking can yield positive payoffs for weeks afterwards. As energy expert Tony Schwartz advises, ???The most basic aim of a vacation ought to be restoration ??? physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually. For me, that usually means not trying to do much. For you, it may mean travel and adventure, some form of physical challenge, an opportunity to learn something new or some blend of all three. The key is to choose something you find truly renewing. At a minimum, that usually requires ???changing channels??? ??? not doing whatever you have been doing.??? Try to avoid structuring your vacation around an unbreakable schedule. Don???t ignore the impact of jet lag. Wherever you choose to go, remember that the journey there can add stress, too. Researchers at Erasmus University in Rotterdam found that long-haul air travel can cause major stress hikes, especially in the form of jet lag, which eats into your recovery time for up to three days once you???ve landed. A number of studies have identified the main causes of jet lag, as well as some tools you can use to fight it: Don???t drink caffeine or alcohol before or during the flight. If you???re switching time zones, eat at a normal meal time for the zone you???re flying into, even if you???re not hungry. When planning your journey, keep in mind that it???s easier to fly west than east, as it???s closer to your natural rhythms to go to bed later (when it???s still dark out) rather than earlier (when it???s light). If you???re only staying for three days or less though, stick to your schedule from back home. Keep your work at a comfortable distance. Leaving your work behind allows you to get into a different perspective and mindset that may make way for new ideas. And while most of us are booking the vacation to get away from work in the first place, for some people that can cause even more stress. In short, how much you should disconnect from email and other work communication is a matter of personal preference and comfort.




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Many people thinking about a cruise usually overlook Alaska, however it
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nights in the dining room, but formal in Alaska does not require top hat and tails. Provided neat casual dress, not shorts or jeans, is worn, with men wearing a jacket, there should be no problem. If concerned by this then each ship has casual buffet arrangements which remain informal. To this should be added the standard advice: the key to Alaska is dressing in layers. You might need a jacket in the morning and short sleeves in the afternoon. Be sure to bring a waterproof (not just water resistant) jacket--don???t forget that most of coastal Alaska is temperate rainforest so you might encounter drizzle or rain. And it???s a good idea to waterproof your walking shoes to keep your feet comfy and dry. Also be aware that on your glacier-viewing day(s), it can be really chilly near the glacier, so dress warmly including a hat and gloves so you can stay out on deck to hear the incredible sounds the glacier makes as it moves! Alaska has it all: glaciers, wilderness, whales, wolves, forests, rivers, eagles, and mountains, all combining to create a stunning experience for those on an Alaska cruise. Long days of sunlight and relative warmth make summer a perfect time to travel to America???s largest state. As all the locals know, however, Alaskan weather is defined by its unpredictability, with sunny days turning suddenly stormy???and vice versa! When cruising the south central and southeastern coasts, be prepared for wet weather and mild maritime temperatures. Alaskan summers rarely get hot, but can be comfortably warm with temperatures ranging from the lower 60s to the lower 70s. The best months to cruise Alaska are July and August, when the temperatures are at their highest and the weather is generally more sunny. July and August are also prime months in terms of wildlife viewing. Brown bears come out to fish along the rivers during these months, and moose can be seen feeding in lakes, ponds, and along rivers from spring throughout the summer. Also be on the lookout for seals and dolphins, which are easily seen from the deck of your ship. And of course, one cannot forget about the whales! Fortunate travelers may have the chance to see beluga whales or even one of the three pods of orcas which frequent Alaskan waters in the summer. Then there are the one thousand humpback whales that spend their summer feeding in southeast Alaska, and those on a cruise in July or August have a good chance of seeing them as they traverse Frederick Sound. As summer shifts to fall, some of these massive beauties stop in the waters near Sitka to build up their food reserves before heading south to the tropics. Summer may be prime travel time, but there are also advantages to taking an Alaska cruise during the shoulder seasons of May/June and September. Though the weather may be somewhat cooler and wetter, the tourist crowds are smaller, the mosquitoes fewer, and the daylight hours more regular, with no midnight sun to interfere with one???s sleeping patterns. The spring months are prime for spotting moose (particularly in the Kenai Peninsula) and Dall sheep as they move down the slopes for better grazing, while September is ideal for sighting humpback whales, spawning salmon, and caribou migrating to their winter feeding grounds.Alaska Wildlife Wildlife has come to define Alaska. Images of grand grizzlies, a breaching humpback whale, or a bald eagle snatching a salmon from a stream have come to symbolize the spirit of the United States\' largest state. The list of Alaskan wildlife is long and diverse. Here is a sampling of Alaska\'s most famous inhabitants. Nearly 98 percent of the country\'s grizzly bears live in Alaska. They are found throughout Alaska, but are salmon hungry, so look for grizzlies in salmon country in southwestern region of the state and along the Gulf of Alaska\'s coast. Black bears, ranging in colors from blue-black, cinnamon brown, and even a rare creamy white, are usually spotted inland, in forested areas. Unlike the larger grizzlies, these black bears are excellent climbers. Kodiaks are a sub-species of the grizzly and found only on the Kodiak archipelago. At 1,500 pounds, they are the largest bears in the world. In sea ice of the Arctic region, the lucky traveler might have the chance to spot the elusive, brilliant white Polar Bear. Moose are found throughout the state, except in the extreme north. A bull moose can weight up to 1,600 pounds ??? combine their size with their huge antlers, this makes the moose an impressive animal and a favorite for wildlife enthusiasts. Travelers have spotted moose wandering the in city limits, along highways, railways and in the state\'s numerous parks and reserves. K Whales are so common in Alaska that some gutsy sight-seeing tours market a \'whale sighting guarantee.\' Humpback whales spend the summer feeding on the nutrient rich waters in the Gulf of Alaska. Humpbacks are found throughout the Inside Passage, in Glacier Bay, Prince William Sound and around the waters of Kodiak Islands. The distinctive black and white orcas and also commonly spotted in large groups in Southeast Alaska. Smaller belugas are found in Cook Inlet and the Turnagain Arm near Anchorage, while bowhead whales feed in Alaska\'s icy Arctic waters in the northern region of the state.




Amazing Deals on New Alaska Cruises: Now is the Time



Now is the Time to Book an Alaska Cruise!

Kick back and enjoy the history and the frontier ambience of the 49th State!

Many people thinking about a cruise usually overlook Alaska, however it
is one of the most beautiful, breathtaking and memorable cruises you can
ever take.

See: Towering mountains, Massive glaciers, Tranquil waterways,
countless miles of rainforest and Artctic tundra.

If you are considering a cruise, consider an Alaskan Cruise!


Go Here to See Ads for Alaska Cruises



















nights in the dining room, but formal in Alaska does not require top hat and tails. Provided neat casual dress, not shorts or jeans, is worn, with men wearing a jacket, there should be no problem. If concerned by this then each ship has casual buffet arrangements which remain informal. To this should be added the standard advice: the key to Alaska is dressing in layers. You might need a jacket in the morning and short sleeves in the afternoon. Be sure to bring a waterproof (not just water resistant) jacket--don???t forget that most of coastal Alaska is temperate rainforest so you might encounter drizzle or rain. And it???s a good idea to waterproof your walking shoes to keep your feet comfy and dry. Also be aware that on your glacier-viewing day(s), it can be really chilly near the glacier, so dress warmly including a hat and gloves so you can stay out on deck to hear the incredible sounds the glacier makes as it moves! Alaska has it all: glaciers, wilderness, whales, wolves, forests, rivers, eagles, and mountains, all combining to create a stunning experience for those on an Alaska cruise. Long days of sunlight and relative warmth make summer a perfect time to travel to America???s largest state. As all the locals know, however, Alaskan weather is defined by its unpredictability, with sunny days turning suddenly stormy???and vice versa! When cruising the south central and southeastern coasts, be prepared for wet weather and mild maritime temperatures. Alaskan summers rarely get hot, but can be comfortably warm with temperatures ranging from the lower 60s to the lower 70s. The best months to cruise Alaska are July and August, when the temperatures are at their highest and the weather is generally more sunny. July and August are also prime months in terms of wildlife viewing. Brown bears come out to fish along the rivers during these months, and moose can be seen feeding in lakes, ponds, and along rivers from spring throughout the summer. Also be on the lookout for seals and dolphins, which are easily seen from the deck of your ship. And of course, one cannot forget about the whales! Fortunate travelers may have the chance to see beluga whales or even one of the three pods of orcas which frequent Alaskan waters in the summer. Then there are the one thousand humpback whales that spend their summer feeding in southeast Alaska, and those on a cruise in July or August have a good chance of seeing them as they traverse Frederick Sound. As summer shifts to fall, some of these massive beauties stop in the waters near Sitka to build up their food reserves before heading south to the tropics. Summer may be prime travel time, but there are also advantages to taking an Alaska cruise during the shoulder seasons of May/June and September. Though the weather may be somewhat cooler and wetter, the tourist crowds are smaller, the mosquitoes fewer, and the daylight hours more regular, with no midnight sun to interfere with one???s sleeping patterns. The spring months are prime for spotting moose (particularly in the Kenai Peninsula) and Dall sheep as they move down the slopes for better grazing, while September is ideal for sighting humpback whales, spawning salmon, and caribou migrating to their winter feeding grounds.Alaska Wildlife Wildlife has come to define Alaska. Images of grand grizzlies, a breaching humpback whale, or a bald eagle snatching a salmon from a stream have come to symbolize the spirit of the United States\' largest state. The list of Alaskan wildlife is long and diverse. Here is a sampling of Alaska\'s most famous inhabitants. Nearly 98 percent of the country\'s grizzly bears live in Alaska. They are found throughout Alaska, but are salmon hungry, so look for grizzlies in salmon country in southwestern region of the state and along the Gulf of Alaska\'s coast. Black bears, ranging in colors from blue-black, cinnamon brown, and even a rare creamy white, are usually spotted inland, in forested areas. Unlike the larger grizzlies, these black bears are excellent climbers. Kodiaks are a sub-species of the grizzly and found only on the Kodiak archipelago. At 1,500 pounds, they are the largest bears in the world. In sea ice of the Arctic region, the lucky traveler might have the chance to spot the elusive, brilliant white Polar Bear. Moose are found throughout the state, except in the extreme north. A bull moose can weight up to 1,600 pounds ??? combine their size with their huge antlers, this makes the moose an impressive animal and a favorite for wildlife enthusiasts. Travelers have spotted moose wandering the in city limits, along highways, railways and in the state\'s numerous parks and reserves. K Whales are so common in Alaska that some gutsy sight-seeing tours market a \'whale sighting guarantee.\' Humpback whales spend the summer feeding on the nutrient rich waters in the Gulf of Alaska. Humpbacks are found throughout the Inside Passage, in Glacier Bay, Prince William Sound and around the waters of Kodiak Islands. The distinctive black and white orcas and also commonly spotted in large groups in Southeast Alaska. Smaller belugas are found in Cook Inlet and the Turnagain Arm near Anchorage, while bowhead whales feed in Alaska\'s icy Arctic waters in the northern region of the state.




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