In the early 1900s, as the American population started to catch on to the automobile craze, a certain practice developed known as the Sunday drive. This is when a family would head out on a casual drive at the end of the week. No destination, no plans–the idea was that the journey was the destination.
The Sunday Drive is a lost art. Here are a few practical reasons to bring back the Sunday drive…
The Joy of Disconnection
We spend the whole week being connected; overwhelmed by emails and texts and calls and messages of all kinds that we are compelled to respond to. The Sunday Drive can be a time that you allow yourself to be free of all technology.
Quality Family Time
If you are like most families, everyone is involved in all sorts of work and activities. Sometimes you can start to feel like your spouse is your roommate and you are a mere chauffeur for your children. The Sunday Drive can be a time that you get to refocus on the joy of family.
The Joy of Driving
Remember that sense of freedom and wonder that you felt so palpably when you first got your license? After many years of driving, you can lose that. The Sunday Drive can reignite that original excitement!
Don’t forget, there isn’t a better car for a Sunday drive than the 2016 Buick Cascada at Simi Valley Buick GMC!