For too long, you’ve been putting off the vacation of your dreams. But this summer, you’re going all in. You’re Turtle Bay bound and things will never be the same. When you return, tanned and grinning, you’ll be a new person. Here are the three ways that a Turtle Bay vacation will change you:
You’ll Come Home Recharged: You know that feeling in your stomach? That aching to get away to somewhere tropical, somewhere relaxing? Yeah, that’s your body telling you that you need a break. Surprisingly, there’s some actual science backing this up. Taking a vacation isn’t just good for you, but it’ll make you a better worker when you come home. "The impact that taking a vacation has on one's mental health is profound," said Francine Lederer, a clinical psychologist in Los Angeles told ABC News. "Most people have better life perspective and are more motivated to achieve their goals after a vacation, even if it is a 24-hour time-out."
You’ll Come Home With A New Outlook On Life: Sometimes, it’s healthy to step outside of your comfort zone if you’re looking to grow and better yourself. To scare yourself, to see things and meet people with different backgrounds. As F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote in his short story, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button “I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the courage to start all over again.” It’s not too late to take the vacation that you’ve always dreamed of; to swim with sharks, to surf a secluded reef pass, or hike to a hidden waterfall. And it’s all at your fingertips here at Turtle Bay.
You May Never Want To Come Home At All: We take a lot of pride in our quality of life here on the North Shore. Our lunch breaks are often complete with quick surf sessions, we eat the freshest foods, and enjoy some of the most serene weather on the planet. Once you spend a week on the North Shore, it’s easy to see why you wouldn’t want to go home. The Aloha State is a special place, and you’d be wise to want to put down roots here.