Sunlight, holidays, and sleep are among the top things Brits don’t get enough of.


Sunlight, vacations, and sleep are among the top things Brits don’t get enough of.

In a poll of the 30 things Brits don’t get enough of, holidays, sunshine, and sleep came out on top.

More than a quarter of 2,000 adults said they don’t get enough exercise, and one in five said they’d like more laughter in their lives, according to a survey of 2,000 adults.

Along with fun and good fortune, people also want more cuddles, me-time, and nights out in their lives.

Who doesn’t love a vacation? I live for mine, and I’m always looking forward to the next one.

Mark Wright is a radio and television personality.

Others lamented the lack of extra hours in the day, more money, and more self-assurance.

However, 69 percent believe that when they go on vacation, they get more of what they want, despite the fact that 64 percent haven’t been away in a few years or longer.

TUI UK and Ireland, which commissioned the research, has teamed up with celebrity radio presenter Mark Wright to give away the ultimate “Vitamin H” package as a result of the findings.

“We all have some things in life that we want more of – whether big or small,” TUI’s Katie McAlister said.

“Whether it’s more culture, me-time, sleep, or mindfulness, a common theme running through this “never enough” list is that these activities are enjoyed while on vacation.

“Of course, we feel most fulfilled and enriched during the holidays.

“The most recent trend to emerge from the pandemic is “Vitamin H” (holiday) deficiency.”

Two-thirds of those who took part in the survey believe that one vacation per year is insufficient, with respondents going away twice on average over the course of a year.

And, as a result of the pandemic, 29% of people now put themselves first, despite the fact that 56% say they “don’t get enough of what they need.”

The majority attribute this to a lack of money or time, as well as work getting in the way of true enjoyment.

Half of the population, on the other hand, believes that you can have too much of a good thing in life, which makes the infrequent trips away all the more exciting.

According to the OnePoll data, while 57 percent prefer to plan vacations in advance, one in five prefers to book a last-minute vacation.

According to those polled, the traditional seven-night vacation still reigns supreme, as this is the number of days they believe is sufficient.

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Who doesn’t love a holiday? I live for mine, and always count down to the next time I’m going away

Mark Wright, TV personality and radio presenter


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