What My Millennial Daughters Teach Me About Self-Care

Peace from Panic

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I don’t consider myself high maintenance. Sure, I like to get my hair and nails done, and  love to browse in the mall and buy a new shirt or pair of shoes. I adore facials. But my beauty routine is simple. I’m most comfortable in jeans and a t-shirt, my hair swept up in a ponytail, with just a hint of makeup.

Even though I don’t spend a ton of money on myself, I’m pretty good at doing things that make me happy. Like taking time to go for a walk or do yoga, sip a cup of coffee and read a magazine, or spend the afternoon gardening.

However, there are times I don’t allow myself to indulge so easily. Why is it that I only get a manicure and pedicure when my daughters encourage me to go with them? Why don’t I get my eyebrows threaded more often like…

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