WATCH: Bermuda: The cure for the ‘Vacation Hangover’

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Are you looking for a cure for your “Vacation Hangover”? You know that feeling you get after the holidays are over and you’ve gobbled up your vacation time and blown your travel budget and you’re dragging yourself to work every morning bummed out because there’s no light at the end of the tunnel, ie, another vacation planned.

What you need is a little Travel Therapy!

Travel Therapy

Karen Schaler finds some travel therapy on a perfect Bermuda beach.

Travel Therapy is all about picking the trip that’s best for you based on what you’re going through in life. So right now if you’re going through some vacation withdrawals a quick trip to Bermuda can be just what the doctor ordered.

What I love about Bermuda, besides its amazing pink sand beaches, impressive hotels, world-class golf and delicious cuisine, is that this island paradise is only an easy two hour flight from New York City.  So you can leave New York in the morning and big wiggling your toes in the sand by lunch.

For my Travel Therapy TV & Online series I look for places, like Bermuda, to feature that help you feel inspired and empowered so you come home feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Check out the video to find out what makes Bermuda an ideal Travel Therapy pick.

For more on Bermuda:

Travel Therapy Top Picks for Bermuda:

Elbow Beach Hotel (
Rosewood Tucker’s Point (
Fairmont Southampton (

Horseshoe Bay (
Elbow Beach (
Jobson’s Cove (

Mickey’s Beach Bistro& Bar (
Waterlot Inn Restaurant (
Lido (
Tom Moore’s Tavern (
Ascot’s (
Swizzle Inn (


  • yvonne

    Bermuda was not previously on my list of places to vacation, but I will definately consider a golf get-a-way. thanks!

  • Laura

    Love Karen Schaler's energizing and inviting travel segments. Always interested in the destinations that she features….as well as her fun, positive approach and tips. She's fabulous on TV! Her book, "Travel Therapy," is a winner, too…just like Karen.

  • Denise

    Thanks for the great travel ideas. I'm always looking for new places to visit, I'll definitely be tuning in to see the latest featured destination.

  • Patrick

    Love to see Travel Therapy on TV now. I have the book since more than 3 years and I'm a big fan of the concept…just now I need a relaxing vacation in the sun. Any ideas where to go?:) Thanks Karen for bringing some Travel Therapy into my TV room, too…:)

  • Abigail Watson

    Word to the wise: don't let the superstition or thought of those mysterious disappearances bother you. That's one sure way to ruin a trip to one of the most stunning islands in the world.

  • Michael Simpson

    Can't really help think about disappearing without a trace considering the area's track record. Still, I have to agree even that shouldn't get in the way of having fun in a place like this.


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