Month: July 2019

A staycation isn’t a thing, but you can make it one

Back when we were in the depths of the Great Recession, some marketing genius coined the phrase “Staycation” to suggest that one could have fun without taking that prohibitively expensive trip to Borneo you’d always wanted to take. For some reason, people bought the phrase “Staycation,” but I don’t know anyone who’s actually taken one. […]

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