Why Couples Should Consider A Volunteer Vacation

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Why Couples Should Consider A Volunteer Vacation [EXPERT]
Lying on a beach together isn't the only way to recharge your batteries.

Pick a candidate you both believe in. Spending a weekend with your partner canvassing for a candidate you respect can help make a difference and help your relationship. No, it is not necessarily relaxing, so take your relaxing holiday this weekend and plan something more meaningful for a weekend in the fall. 3 Reasons Why Every Couple Needs A Vacation

It is not uncommon to feel hesitant about taking a trip to volunteer. The experience will obviously entail breaking out of your routine and going beyond your comfort zone. However, try to push through that hesitation and tell yourself that you and your relationship will grow from the experience. 

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