NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–According to travel search engine www.momondo.com,
half of Americans admit to having the “post-vacation blues.”
Based on momondo’s third annual International Travel Survey of 1009
Americans ages 18-65, 49% of respondents feel “sad” or in “low spirits”
after vacation. This is up from 39% via the same survey in 2015.
Additional findings include:
- Women report feeling more down after a trip than men (52% vs. 45%)
60% of respondents say they bring home something from vacation as a
“souvenir” of the vacation
31% of vacationers plan several days after they return from vacation
before they start work/studying/school again
In addition, the survey found that other popular ways to ease the
- Sleep in later than usual (22%)
- Eat healthier (19%)
- Spend time with family and friends (18%)
- Exercise more (16%)
“Many Americans go back to the fundamentals of self-care to ease the
post-vacation blues,” said Lasse Skole Hansen, spokesperson for momondo.
“Getting enough sleep, eating right and even cutting down on alcohol
seem to decrease the stress of ramping back up to work or school. We’ve
previously found that many Americans use searching for their next
holiday to combat their post-holiday blues.”
For more information or to search for budget-friendly flights, visit: www.momondo.com.
is a free, independent and global travel search site that compares
billions of prices on flights, hotels and travel deals. momondo has won
several awards and is recommended by leading international media
organizations such as CNN, The New York Times and The Daily Telegraph.
momondo is headquartered in Copenhagen and serves travelers across 35
international markets. momondo’s mobile applications are available for
free for iPhone
Brenda Patterson, 440.623.9581