1. Taking a shower when they want...
2. ...for as long as they want.
3. Never running out of essentials.
4. Choosing what to eat.
5. Keeping up with technology.
"I read that technology is moving so rapidly today that if you miss one year, it's the equivalent of what it would have been like to miss five years back in the '80s or early '90s," Remy said. "So to have been gone for six and a half years, I've missed about 30 years of technology. It is not easy! I have not had any type of phone, any type of internet period. I'm trying to still figure out how to work everything on my phone, all the different applications. Now when you need to know something, you go online. But if you don't have that, you literally have to go look it up in a book. And who makes books nowadays? People are not even making books."
6. Being able to press “skip," “repeat,” or “shuffle.”
"You can't have iPods or MP3 players. You couldn't even have CDs. We were still listening to cassettes," she said. "So you actually have to rewind a tape to get to the song you like. If you wanna keep hearing a song, you literally have to keep holding the button. Or god forbid your favorite tape pops and you're sitting there with all this string, breaking open a tape that you don't care about to fix it. Since I've been home, I'm enjoying being like, 'I want to hear it again.'"
7. Getting their teeth cleaned.
8. Getting a haircut they love....
9. ...or their eyebrows waxed.
"Getting anything waxed for that matter," she said. "You realize that certain things you took as everyday are actually luxuries."