Yes, that's right, today I want to talk about how a spa day can help you connect and become closer with your younger family members. Sometimes generation gaps and technology can build up a barrier, but here's how a spa day can help break that barrier down.
The Family That Relaxes Together...
It's easy to get caught up in a GO-GO-GO mentality during the work week and even on the weekend. Kids can have a lot of activities going on and you can have chores and errands. Taking the time to wind down together and ease stress can be incredibly therapeutic!
One-on-One Quality Time
If you have multiple children or nieces/nephews there can be a lot of juggling. But taking the time to connect one-on-one is a great way to help strengthen the bond between family members. It's also the perfect time to let that child feel special and give them the attention they may not get on a day-to-day basis.
Encouraging Good Hygiene Habits
Hands and feet nail care isn't just for vanity! Dirt can get caught under nails or feet can suffer from neglect. Coming in together at least semi-regularly can help encourage kids to take care of their hygiene beyond regular showers.
Taking time to pamper yourself may not seem like a skill, but it can be! Not everyone finds it easy to take time away from their schedules and do something just for them. Taking your child or younger family member along for a mani-pedi is a way you can help foster their skill of self-love.
SPECIAL! Bring in your younger family member (15 years and under) during March Break (March 13 - 17) and you both will get a Mini Mani-Pedi for only $99!