I'm a princess--on a frugal budget.
I keep my feet smooth, moisturized, and toenails polished year round. Use the callus file daily, oil feet daily, polish touched up or redone completely as needed. Just use dollar store baby oil but am going to try Pat's olive oil suggestion when the baby oil is gone. A friend suggested tea tree oil but that is too pricey for me. If I don't like the olive oil I can use it in the kitchen.
Nails are kept very short. I use clear polish on them very frequently. Moisturize my cuticles and tops of my hands like crazy. My job involves handling books all day long. Any length of nail other than very short is not conducive to the job.
I use a homade sugar scrub almost daily in the shower.
I put on a small amount of eye makeup every day.
I use perfume every day.
That is the extent of my pampering, more to keep dry skin hydrated and soft then princess complex. I wear open toe sandals from May until end of Sept. so I want my feet to look acceptable.
I don't look at walking, napping, etc. as pampering--exercise is something I endure while napping is something I rarely do as it interrupts my night's sleep.