How To Take A Safe Vacation Right Now

How To Take A Safe Vacation Right Now

Apr. 3, 2020

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“Laughter is an instant vacation.” -Milton Berle, comedian

Things are crazy right now.

Many people are losing their minds being confined in a house.

But we don’t have to be stuck.

We can escape.

We can leave the bad news instantly.

All we have to do, like Uncle Milty said, is laugh.

So, this week we’re compiling the best vacation spots.

Click on any or all of these, and drift happily away…

To the vacation list:

1. Nate Bargatze, It’s Easy To Buy a Tiger. See it here. 
Don’t watch Tiger King. Don’t look up Tiger King. Don’t listen to anyone who talks about Tiger King. Your life is better than that. Just listen to the best comedian in the world talk about tigers. You’ll never regret it.

2. The Office, Dinner Party. See a clip here.
The Office has become a $100 million no-longer-cult-hit. I’ve been through the seasons 5 times and I’m probably due for another one. And there are so many vacations to be had in the series. But nothing on TV has ever been as good as the Dinner Party episode. For the whole show, look up Season 4, Episode 13.

3. Between Two Ferns, Brad Pitt. See it here. 
BTF (no one calls it that) is one of my favorite vacation spots. It may not be for everyone but all that means is that the beaches aren’t crowded and the restaurants have tables. If you do like this type of vacation, there are many episodes to visit. This is one of my favorites.

4. Nate Bargatze, Locked Out and Naked. See it here. 
If you liked your last visit, then this comes highly recommended. But, before watching, I need you to be on board for all of this. Watch and you’ll understand.

5. Step Brothers, Job Interview. See the clip here. 
If you’re looking for an extended stay, then I recommend visiting the full motion picture. If you just need a quick getaway, watch this clip. It also serves as a how-to manual if you’re ever in the job market again.


My book is called The Inevitability of Becoming Rich, and you can find that here.