Millennials prioritise self-care on the go for personal growth

Wellness studio Space2B meditation instructor Babara Goursat, 34, giving a class.
Wellness studio Space2B meditation instructor Babara Goursat, 34, giving a class.ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
Ms Tan Yang Er, a 25-year-old artist, in her home. She practises a morning ritual which includes a cup of coffee and meditation.
Ms Tan Yang Er, a 25-year-old artist, in her home. She practises a morning ritual which includes a cup of coffee and meditation.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY

SINGAPORE - Artist Tan Yang Er, 25, has a morning ritual she swears by. It starts with a coffee - Nespresso and coconut milk - followed by a podcast as she does her make-up. This is followed by meditation, at least thrice a week for 10 minutes, sometimes on the bus or taxi, guided by a subscription app on her smartphone called Headspace.

Ms Tan is among a growing number of millennials here aged 23 to 38 who see value in spending time and money on self-care, many with the help of technology.

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