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Cruises Rule for Anxious Travelers

Whether you suffer from generalized anxiety like I do (in which case, big hugs), or you’re simply an anxious traveler, a cruise is the answer to your vacation prayers.

I just spent a week with my family vacationing in beautiful San Diego, a mere 2 hours from my very comfortable zip code where I was pretty much a hot mess the entire time.

Practically every little thing that could possibly go wrong on our little family trip did. From poor service, to cranky kids, to long waits, and dirty hotel rooms, my high anxiety prompted my defeated husband to proclaim, “Lori, you’re not fun to vacation with.” True dat, the freaking logistics had spun me out of control. When I consider the amount of money we poured into making this week special only to be left with a glob of anxiety-ridden disappointment, I realize a family cruise would not only have been so much easier, but definitely more fun.

Cruises rule for anxious travelers (and control freaks alike) for a variety of reasons, with the main one being your ability to personalize your cruising experience on Norwegian Cruise Line. You can plan as little or as much as you want to! From your family’s shore excursions to your personalized downtime options, you’re in control!

With amazing service, a countless dining options, and the hassles of travel obliterated, there’s nothing to do but hop on board and enjoy the ride in comfort and style!

A big thanks to Norwegian Cruise Line for sponsoring this campaign. Click here to see more of the discussion.

How would you spend your downtime on a Norwegian cruise Line?

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