Travel is the ‘Secret to Happiness’

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A recent study announces the secret to Happiness – TRAVEL. Not only travel is fun and inspiring, but study says it is actually good for your health!

Study released by the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies shows that frequent breaks from work can lead to a stress free life. Encouraging people to travel often, the study concluded with some interesting facts –

Not taking an annual holiday increased the chances of death by 20% in men and increased chances of heart disease by 30%

Women who vacationed once in six years were at significantly higher risk of a heart attack when compared with women who vacationed at least twice a year

However, returning from a holiday does increases stress to catch up with the pending work. In order to fight that, keeping your spirits high and planning for your next vacation soon can motivate you to work hard. This cycle of travel and work can keep a balance in your life avoiding a lot of disease.

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So if you’re doubting whether you can afford another holiday this year, think again. Your health is your wealth after all. And if you think, planning is a task, contact us for the best travel experience in the industry. Roots takes you through a journey by sharing personalized itineraries along with the passion of travel.

Join us on a journey of travel to some of the best places on earth. Meet others on your journey, make friends, camp together and live some of the most memorable moments in the world’s most iconic places. Biking, adventure, camping, food and festivities! If these words excite you even remotely, then you need to Join the TRIBE!

As we say, ‘Travel with Roots, and Feel the difference!

Just pack your bags and join the endeavor every month to explore something new.

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One thought on “Travel is the ‘Secret to Happiness’
  • Thanks for this post. But getting leaves approved are the crucial facts. And planning a family trip with kids twice in eyar is more expensive ... but I love to do that and it's really a stress free schedule.

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