Worry cure

Coun­try icon and best­selling au­thor Naomi Judd, 72, opens up about the well­ness strate­gies that keep her look­ing and feel­ing her ab­so­lute best

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Naomi Judd shares the lifechang­ing tip she got from Oprah, plus her keys to stun­ning at 72

Af­ter decades of jug­gling tour dates on the road, Naomi Judd is rel­ish­ing the sim­ple plea­sures of life at home in Nashville. “I’ve learned to say a real pow­er­ful, won­der­ful word and that is, ‘no.’ I don’t make life too com­pli­cated,” she muses. “The older I get, the more I fall into lov­ing my rou­tines.”

One rou­tine that gets Naomi’s days started on the right foot: “Ev­ery morn­ing, I do a grat­i­tude re­flec­tion when I get out of bed,” she ex­plains. “I rec­og­nize how lucky I am to live in Amer­ica—to have the free­dom to do what­ever I want to do that day. I think about what my lit­tle projects might be, what my mis­sions are, and I make res­o­lu­tions for my day.”

And to feel vi­brant and en­er­gized as she nav­i­gates the chores, vol­un­teer op­por­tu­ni­ties and to-do’s the day

brings, Naomi re­lies on a few savvy strate­gies.

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