Anyone who knows me personally knows that I like to be different. If there’s a box, I’m as far as possible outside of the box. Normal doesn’t work for me. So when a client shared this with me, I had to run with it.
In travel, we see a lot of people celebrating birthday and anniversary milestones. And typically, they focus on the anniversaries / birthdays that end in fives and zeros (you know, 25th anniversary, 50th birthday, etc.). Why? Because that’s what everyone else seems to celebrate as milestones.
How to be different: focus on prime number milestones. I won’t get into the mathematical explanation of prime numbers (if you’re really that curious, hit The Google). But what anniversaries, birthdays or other year-based milestones would we be celebrating: 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th, 11th, 13th, 17th, 19th, 23rd, 29th, etc.
Why not incorporate the “prime number method” when planning your milestone celebrations .. and no one says you have to ignore 25, 50, etc. You can always add in the prime numbers to enhance the milestones you celebrate. And remember, celebrating a milestone or making memories don’t have to break the bank. Contact us and let’s have a chat.
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