It can sometimes be downright depressing to come home after a vacation. How do you get past this post-vacay phase?
My vacations are usually short, so I often feel that they're long enough for a break from the everyday, but short enough to where I don't get too comfortable. I think the best way to get past the post-vacation slump is to get right back to what you were doing prior to it.
When I came back from Thailand was depressing, especially after a holiday romance
Sometimes it is a bit depressing, coming back from a wonderful vacation and having to go back to regular schedules and work. Last year, I went on a trip to Paris with my school's language club, and when I came back, I came straight back into exam time. I was able to relive my trip through looking at my photos, but sadly they got lost when my computer had a virus and wiped out everything
Yep Richieb799, I think when you have a really super charged vacation and especially when it involves a romance it's hard to come back to the same old same old. You want to relive that high and it's not there.
Oh yes, I must clean before I leave. It's so relieving when you come home to know you don't have to clean the bathroom, wash the dishes or take out the trash. It only makes sense nancynurse! Ha!
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