How do you practice nurturance in your day-to-day?

Nurturance noun

nur·tur·ance | \ ˈnər-chə-rən(t)s  \

Definition: the love, care, and attention that you give to someone or something

An important part of overall health and well-being is taking the time to tend to yourself and your needs. Often, we think of ways to care for others through love and attention. At Momenta, we want to support you in nurturing yourself through self-compassion and self-care. Sometimes taking time for yourself can be as simple as taking a break or as extravagant as a spa day. Here at the house, we spent an afternoon enjoying a DIY spa day with infused water, manicures and homemade sugar scrubs to practice tending to oneself and slowing down. How do you practice nurturance in your day-to-day?

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