WANT to enjoy 60 days of holiday next year by only booking 28 days of annual leave?
A clever new guide reveals exactly how you can maximise your days off work in 2020 by doing some strategic booking.
The average Brit has just 28 days of leave to take each year, but you can turn this into 60 days including weekends.
Firstly you can jet away in December and January on a 14-day holiday using just seven holiday days over December 23 to January 5.
Then in April, do an 11-day holiday by booking off just five days across April 9 to 19.
And then in May you can take an 18-day holiday using up just 10 days over May 8 to 25.
This is followed by a nine-day break in August/September using four days of holiday, and eight days next December/January using two days.
If you follow the plan you will use just 28 days and have 60 days of either jetting away or enjoying beauty spots right on your doorstep.
Perhaps you want to tick off some of Conde Nast Traveller's top 10 places to visit in 2020, with their full list, including Brazil and Galway, having been released last month.
Here's how to maximise your holidays in 2020
December 2019/ January 2020
Take a 14-day holiday by booking 7 days off
Dates: 23 December – 5 January
Take an 11-day holiday by booking 5 days off
Dates: 9 April – 19 April
Take a 18-day holiday by booking 10 days off
Dates: 8 May – 25 May
Take a 9-day holiday by booking 4 days off
Dates: 29 August – 6 September
Take a 8 day holiday by booking 2 days off
Dates: 28 December – 4 January
Total annual leave taken: 28
Total days (including weekends) off: 60
Over the last 12 months, the term “staycation” has boomed by 71 per cent, and in 2018 around 57 per cent of Brits holidayed in the UK.
Research by Forest Holidays found that shockingly two in five employees only used half of their allocated holiday leave last year.
This was due to workers feeling guilty handing work to colleagues or being scared about falling behind.
We shared whether your boss is allowed to refuse your holiday request.
And we revealed how Brits waste six days of their annual leave on household chores, going to the doctors and waiting for deliveries.
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