Active parents can make some sacrifices when they decide to take a vacation, but it’s not a good idea to cancel their holiday plans because you don’t have the money to make a reservation.
Instead, it’s a smart idea to consider a virtual vacation as a way to avoid a stressful situation.
A survey conducted by the research firm Ipsos released Wednesday found that people are spending more time online on holiday activities than ever before.
In the past, it took an average of two to three months to complete a holiday activity like going to a movie, visiting a friend’s house or playing a game.
Now, online activity is expected to average two to four months a year.
The Ipsos survey also found that most people are doing some sort of online travel, with 70 percent of people saying they plan to travel at least once during their lifetime.
It’s not all about vacations though.
One in four people said they plan on taking some kind of vacation during their lifetimes, with more than half saying they would be able to afford it.
When it comes to vacation plans, the majority of people said that they were planning on a trip to the Bahamas, Thailand or Mexico, but a small percentage said they were looking to visit a place like Europe.