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Welcome to before breakfast a production of iHeartRadio.

Good morning. This is Laura.

00:00:42 before breakfast podcast today's tip is to take a weekend day trip. Yes, this requires a little planning, but an adventure that you can't do on a weekday is going to make your weekend feel more memorable and full.

This episode is first airing in mid-october and in my part of the world. The fall leaves are just coming into their Peak color. This is one of the most beautiful times to get out and about and see the world near me. But almost anywhere has something lovely within a 2-hour radius. Lots of folks are still nervous about flying places are even staying in hotels, but a day trip, that's doable.

And there are reasons to do it memories are formed by novel and intense experiences. The more memories we have of a given unit of time the longer it seems so one way to make weekend's feel more expensive fill them with more memorable things go apple picking and try the spider from a place an hour away see an art museum go for a leaf-peeping hike and then get a takeout dinner from a destination restaurant. If you do these you will definitely have something to recall on Monday morning for that inevitable. How was your weekend discussion?

Of course a full day of Adventures is hard to plan on the Fly. You are also not going to wake up on Saturday morning feeling like organizing the day you'll put her around for a while and possibly long enough to keep something from being a possibility driving 90 minutes means getting up ready to do it. So you need to think through your day trip ahead of time, but that's not a bad thing. When we plan ahead. We can anticipate are fun. And that means that a day-trip can provide more than a day's worth of enjoyment.

So today I think if there are cool places you'd like to go over the weekend. You might make a list of options within 2 hours of your house. If you have ideas for multiple future weekends. Try to make these compound Adventures more than one thing in a particular place so you can maximize the fun. And yes, I know that kid activities sometimes make this hard but if you know that you want to take a trip you might bring your kid to the earlier karate class option or try to push activities to one of the weekend days or at least look for weekend where they trip is an option.

When we realize that we had no Sports on a recent September Saturday, we made sure to use that one for our apple-picking trip. It was lots of fun and not something we could do on a weekday evening. We saw a beautiful scenery has some great cider and ended the weekend with a good memory. That's pretty good as these things go.

In the meantime, this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time.

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