It’s time to take a women’s getaway for burnout and here’s why

Dara Laine Murray
5 min readSep 15, 2022

Hey ladies, how are you doing?

No, seriously.

How are you?

Chances are if you clicked on this blog, you read the title, and it must’ve appealed to you—even a little bit.

The thought of a women’s getaway may have raised your eyebrow, but a women’s getaway for burnout? Oh yeah, now we’re talking.

Stats show that women are burnt out.

Why is this?

Women’s getaway for burnout

Well, I’d say that a large part of it is burnout culture in the corporate world, which is going crazy, but then a large part of it is also the fact that women take on such a large mental load.

There’s this expectation that women have, partially put on themselves and partially put on by others, to constantly be doing things.

Some of this includes working; some is housework; some is social life; some is providing emotional support to loved ones; and the list goes on. All of these things add up.

All of these things take a toll on women and impact them in negative ways.

Women need to get away, and they need to learn how to avoid burnout.

What is a women’s getaway for burnout?

So, here’s the deal: I’m a retreat host who specializes in creating retreats for women to get away and avoid burnout. So, let’s just say, if you’re interested in this topic, you’re in the right place.

I’ve created Rooted, a self-care retreat that helps women find balance in their everyday lives.

Rooted is an opportunity for women from all stages of life to get away from their everyday routine for a long weekend and take time to relax, learn strategies to help them navigate burnout, and meet with other women.

Women’s getaway for burnout

A women’s getaway for burnout is exactly as it sounds. I just like to make it extra luxurious because we all deserve to be pampered.

At Rooted, women meet for an all-inclusive vacation. We rent a beautiful space, have delicious food made…



Dara Laine Murray

Multi-passionate sobriety writer on Medium. Day job: Director of Research at a nonprofit. Stories = sober + stats. Editor: