TINY GETAWAY CABIN

TINY GETAWAY CABIN

How do you spend your holiday? How about your weekend? A lot of people prefer staying at home and relax, especially for those who dont have enough time with their loved ones during the week. There are also some people who spend their holidays and weekends reflecting on life and socializing with loved ones. A new phrase people are calling it is recharging time.

Many successful people, find a way to recharge themselves away from their usual routines that they have in their busy lives in the city. Taking time away from work and routine permits the body to fill and fix itself, according to Karen Matthews of Mind Body Center at the University of Pittsburgh, quoted on npr.com.

So, what are the benefits youll eventually get when having a vacation? Taking vacations regularly is necessary. It doesn't mean you have to entail flying somewhere far or anywhere. Your place can be out your back door. The key point is to find a setting that will allow you to leave your worries behind. A great way to spend it is to take a leap into a new surrounding, not with the usual place you are living in. In this manner, you will be able to disconnect yourself from the daily concerns you are facing each and every day.

You might be interested in this cozy and relaxing cabin that is overlooking the coastal waters and islands of British Columbia. This tiny getaway cabin is located on Gambier Island, just north of Vancouver. The interior size is 16 feet by 12 feet in structure. It has a single room, with a loft in the corner. There is also a sliding patio door leading to the large deck. You might wonder, how was is transported to the island? OK, the completed cabin was transported by means of a trailer and a barge taking it to the island where it was set into place. For more information, you may visit Small House Bliss website, or check out Rick Gustavson; the real estate broker.

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