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Maximise your annual leave in 2021 : Turn 23 days into 53 days of holiday

Now that our bank holidays have ended and many of us have carried our spare holiday days over from 2020, it’s the perfect time to start planning our holidays for 2021 and turn 23 days into 53 days of annual leave.

The majority of us have been working from home for much of the year, having not necessarily improved our work-life balance during these times. It’s more than likely that we’re overdue a well-deserved break and more than ready to focus on our wellbeing.

After a disruptive year of uncertainty and cancelled holidays, it’s time to start planning ahead for 2021. By choosing your holiday dates carefully, you can strategically plan around your weekends and bank holidays and do exactly that.

Here’s how you can maximise your holidays to make the most of 2021:

April 2021Take 8 days off for a 16 day holiday

Bank Holidays: 2 and 5 April

Book off: 29, 30, 31 March and 1, 6, 7, 8, 9 April

Holiday: 27 March – 11 April

Why not visit Park Igls in Austria

May 2021Take 4 days off for a 9 day holiday TWICE

Bank Holidays: 3 and 31 May

Book off: 4, 5, 6, 7 May then 1, 2, 3, 4 June

Holiday: 2 – 9 May AND 29 May - 6 June

Why not visit Lily of the Valley in France AND Asia Gardens Thai Hotel and Spa in Spain

August 2021 – Take 4 days off for a 9 day holiday

Bank Holidays: 30 August

Book off: 31 August and 1, 2, 3 September

Holiday: 28 August – 5 September

Why not visit Carnoustie Ayurveda and Wellness Resort in India

December 2021 – Take 3 days off for a 10 day holiday

Bank Holidays: 27 and 28 December and 3 January

Book off: 29, 30, 31 December

Holiday: 25 December – Monday 3rd January

Why not visit Chable Yucatan in Mexico

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