Confirmed! Summer Staycations Are The New Vacations

By Katie Szymanski  |  May 31, 2017
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So, you can’t remember where you put your passport? Don’t even get us started on the thought of cramming everything into a carry-on. And then even after you’ve arrived at your destination, you still have to try to find a spot on the jam-packed beach. Forget about it.

As the summer sets in, so do the endless family travel photos, clichéd sunsets, and the dreaded beach selfies on your newsfeed. But don’t let that fool you. This is the summer of staying in, ordering your favorite BBQ delivery, flipping through the latest beach read, and enjoying true relaxation.

Here is why the best R&R is actually right at home:

A vacation only lasts a week. Getting consistent rest and relaxation will make you happy all summer long.

Packing the essentials is never easy. There’s always a forgotten phone charger, missing sock, and never enough snacks. The good news is at home, they are just a walk to the fridge away.

It’s always pajama weather. While the rain may keep you from going into the pool, you’ll never get kicked out of bed. Don’t risk your plans getting postponed by a lifeguard with a loud whistle.  

You can have room service whenever you want. Don’t worry about missing out on BBQ. You can get it delivered! More time to relax, less time spent slaving over the grill.

Tourists can’t find you under the covers. Finally! Some peace and quiet. No crowds, no screaming, no problem falling asleep.

There’s nothing like sleeping in your own bed. Especially when it’s a Casper mattress. You can have the 5-star oasis of your dreams without the hassle of booking a reservation. Our customers even claim that we’ve spoiled hotel beds for them.

You don’t have to look or travel far to find everything you need for the ultimate relaxation this summer. All you need is a bed that’s so comfortable, it’ll make every day feel like a staycation. Cough cough.

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