By pooling their resources, families can afford more of a vacation together than they could on their own. A workforce of freelancers can’t afford their own private summer homes. But a return to the proud tradition of co-vacationing means they won’t have to.
As summer holidays are fast approaching, this is a very spot on and timely article that explores the concept of collective use for spaces in the hospitality and tourism industry. Full-time jobs are giving way to occasional contract employment where regular payslips and paid vacation are rare. On the other hand, with soaring prices on fuel, hotels and summer rentals, a vacation is no longer within reach. Co-working has shown that we can rethink the way we work. Co-vacationing builds on the same idea. It’s time to rethink the way we relax and spend our holidays.
Read the full story on The Atlantic.