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This is how the summer affects our self-care

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<p>It’s not piling on the layers during the winter that eats up time — almost half of Americans admit their morning routine takes the longest during the summer.<br></p><p>That’s according to a new poll of 2,000 adults, which revealed 49% feel their morning routine is most prolonged during the summer.</p><p>Furthermore, 56% also cited summer as the season in which they make the most adjustments to their daily routine.</p><p>Routines are most commonly adjusted by switching to breathable, light clothing (41%), spending more time outdoors (39%) and eating more ice cream (36%).</p><p>In fact, about two-thirds (65%) of respondents admit they are happier when they can enjoy their favorite desserts and snacks more often.</p><p>Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Enlightened, the survey also showed that summer doesn’t just impact routine times — it impacts self-care.</p><p>During the summer months, 42% care for themselves by applying sunscreen and moisturizer, and 41% indulge in summer treats, such as ice cream and popsicles.</p><p>In fact, 59% of respondents look for ways to treat themselves every day by enjoying their favorite dessert or snack (52%), doing nothing (44%) and spending time alone (44%). </p><p>Though, more than half (54%) of those polled find that it is more difficult to treat themselves over the summer, with about one-third (34%) feeling like they usually don’t have time for it, and 40% being deterred by the sugar content in their favorite treats. </p><p>But the top treat for 52% of respondents is their favorite dessert or snack.</p><p>“It can be easy to get caught up in the routine of everyday life, but even the most mundane days should have a special treat. That could be as simple as indulging in some ‘me time’ with your favorite pint of ice cream,” said Enlightened founder and CEO Michael Shoretz.</p><p>And respondents will go to great lengths to protect their treat, with 36% admitting they’ve hidden snacks from other members of their household or guests.</p><p>Other ways respondents indulge in me-time include watching TV (42%), listening to music (41%) and drinking their favorite beverage (37%).</p><p>“Results found that 63% of people want to treat themselves more than they actually do. Finding the perfect way and time to treat yourself shouldn’t have to be a compromise, Shoretz said. “We believe that you don’t have to choose between having a delicious treat and good nutrition.” <br></p>
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