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Take a break with Woman's World Magazine

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You all know I am an advocate for taking just a few minutes a day to take some time for yourself. It is so important to help keep you feeling refreshed and ready to take on the rest of the day. I know as a mom, I don't always have a lot of time and some days I just can't take one second away from my mom duties. However, I also know that certain days of the week I am able to take more than a few minutes, more like an hour or two, to make time for me. This is a great time of year to grab your favorite magazine and head outside to soak up some fresh air and just recharge!
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While at Walmart today, I decided to pick up the latest issue of Woman's World magazine. It is one of my favorites! Since I don't subscribe, I just pick up an issue when I am out. At just $1.79 Woman's World is a great bargain! I like to take a few minutes a few times a week to take a break and sit and read my stack of magazines. I always look forward to what the pages of Woman's World holds! #cbias
I love that there are articles that cover just about everything! There are beauty and hair tips (you really need to check out this weeks awesome hair tip), you will also find recipes, crafts, money saving advice and my favorite this week.....ideas on how to relax!
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 This week I discovered a GREAT Citrus Salt Foot Soak recipe on page 34! Over the weekend I hosted my sister-in-laws baby shower, I was on my feet all day Thursday, all day Friday and all day Saturday. Oh man were my feet screaming at me, who am I kidding....they still are! I usually try at least one or two of the featured ideas but, I was REALLY excited to find the foot soak recipe and all the other great tips on how to treat your feet.
Citrus Salt Soak
adapted from Woman's Day
Ingredients
1 Cup Epsom Salt
3 Tbs Lemon Juice
1 tsp Olive Oil

Combine all ingredients in a bowl.
Once well mixed you may either store in an air-tight container or use immediately.
If using immediately:
Fill a large bowl halfway with warm water.
Add salt mixture and stir until dissolved.
Soak your tired feet for 15 minutes.
Pat dry.

I LOVED this soak and will be doing this once a week! It was a wonderful way to relax, plus it made my feet super soft!

Do you have a favorite magazine or a favorite way you create "me time"?

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