And then there's the potential "lifestyle" corollary when we take lots of vacations or go on lots of holidays or take lots of trips.
A few years ago a friend said that her husband thought they took too many vacations. The discussion that followed ranged around how many vacations per year or how much time away from home equaled a lifestyle. I'm sure that varies by who's doing the counting.
Some people have a home but are rarely there, at least according to their Facebook posts. To me, that's a lifestyle. The ones I know personally have good health, lots of money and few responsibilities. If I was lucky enough to be in their positions, I'd be gone most of the time, too.
After we retired, our work-related concepts of vacations or holidays seemed irrelevant. A vacation from what? A holiday how?
So almost anytime we're gone from home it's just a trip or a visit, with no modifier. It's been that way for the past 18 years.
I'm not sure what to call what my husband has done for most of those years -- rented a place in the Seattle-Tacoma area for 4-6 summer months and used it as a base to pursue his racing hobby. It's not a vacation or a holiday. It's not a "rainbird" lifestyle because we are AZ residents, only own one home and the temporary move is not about the weather.
During that time, I would frequently fly back and forth, primarily because we had a dog, and partly because our son was a pilot and I got flight privileges. In the space of 6 months, our dog crossed over the rainbow bridge and our son quit his pilot job.
So this year my lifestyle will change to be more like that of my husband and I'll make the temporary move with him. I'll fly back to Tucson at least once for a couple of weeks due to medical issues.
My annual trips to Europe will resume this summer after 3 years (dang Covid!) with the RS Best of Ireland in 14 days tour, followed by a self-planned visit to Wales. I'll be flying from and returning to Seattle, not Tucson.
I'm sure there are as many definitions of these terms as there are people and I suspect most of them are based on attitude changes as has already been mentioned.