An excerpt from The Art of Showing Up: How to be There for Yourself and Your People by Rachel Wilkerson Miller.
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(Or your girlfriend, sister, wife, daughter, or mom!!!)
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If they can't always be in nature, bring nature to them.
My general reaction to every influencer Instagram story about the latest and greatest facial roller was a big ol' "Sure, Jan." So I decided to find out for myself.
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