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What to Do Over a Long Weekend

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What to Do Over a Long Weekend

It’s always great to stretch out the weekend for an extra day or two, whether you’ve got the PTO or it’s a holiday. It can provide a much-needed breather amidst busy schedules, and is the perfect opportunity to go out, travel, get things done, and relax. Whether you want to take a deep dive into a book you’ve really been wanting to read or go on your next getaway adventure, we’ve got a few ideas for inspiration to get the wheels turning.

Plan a Weekend Getaway

Sometimes the best way to recharge and restore your energy is with a fantastic long weekend trip. These weekend trip ideas will still help you relax, unwind, and get away from it all without requiring too much from you — did we mention the weather is great, too?

Girls legs hanging out car window, looking at a map

Sedona, Arizona

Going to Sedona is the definition of a relaxing weekend getaway. A new-age town amid ancient sandstone formations, this location is known for its energy vortex and luxury resorts. Not to mention the local wineries and native shops where you can eat, drink, and zen. 

Austin, Texas

A weekend is all you need to see the very best of Texas’ coolest city. Between the food, entertainment, and shopping, you’ll have to make a list of your musts before going to plan it out. Don’t forget to include a dip in the Barton Springs Pool as part of your trip to Austin.

Savannah, Georgia

If you want to indulge, planning a trip to Savannah is the right choice. With Southern comfort foods and the art scene, there are plenty of things to do no matter what your interests are.

Tackle a Project

A long weekend is a perfect opportunity to tackle the projects that continuously fall to the wayside and still have a day to relax. This could be painting or redecorating a room, cleaning out the garage, working on the car, or organizing your closet using the Mari Kondo way.

Girl painting 

Enjoy a Staycation

Adventures are a lot of fun, but they can also require a lot of work to plan. Sometimes, it can lead to the opposite feelings of relaxation. Instead of tackling a big trip, try activities that are close to where you live. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

  • Go camping
  • Stay at a local hotel/resort
  • Visit a national/state/local park
  • Enjoy a local museum or gallery
  • Rent an Airbnb
  • Take a food tour
  • Visit the zoo
  • Go to a local winery

Girl stretching in bed

Plan Your Next Vacation

If you’re not able to take a spontaneous vacation or staycation, planning a future vacation can still boost your wellbeing as you dream about what’s to come. Take a couple of hours over the long weekend to get yourself prepared and excited for the next big trip you’d take. Search for locations, places to stay, how much it will cost, and what you might need to save. Don’t forget to download some handy apps for planning a trip that could save you money when the time comes.

Be Ready for Your Next Long Weekend

Whether you’re planning to stay local or travel across the US, you want to make sure you’ve got everything you need to get up and go, leaving more time for you to enjoy. For all your travel needs, Roam Often has the perfect accessories for you. Protect your jewelry and keep it secure in your luggage with The Wanderer, and always be ready for any scenario by adding style and function to your outfits with the Travelista Blanket Scarf and The Lift Hair Tie Bands.

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Roam Often was founded by female travelers who decided to make products that make traveling easier while keeping you feeling confident and fashionable on-the-go. Here you'll find travel jewelry cases, travel scarves, hair tie bangles, and other travel accessories. We also feature various travel, fashion, and jewelry tips on our blog. Roam often, stay stylish!


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