Sometimes all we need is time to ourselves. Learning to be alone is an important aspect of life, and can be valuable in helping you see your own life and situation from a clear perspective. I think in society today, being alone is viewed as a bad thing, and something that isn't natural. That spending time with yourself means in some way that you are "crazy", or depressed, or anti-social - when in actual fact, being with yourself can give your mind the time it needs to reflect, and relax.
I have spent just about the entire weekend on my own - besides the odd interactions with my incredibly social housemates, and the checkout chick from Coles. I've spent my time cooking, going to the gym, watching Netflix, going for walks, grocery shopping, planning more of my Europe trip - and after a mental few weeks of constant travel to and from Sydney, and interaction at work and home - I have found that spending time with myself has allowed me to wind down, and improve my mindfulness.
I know that heading into this next week will be absolutely chaotic, but at least I am able to approach it with a clear and fresh perspective.
Never fear time out from life. Give yourself the break you need, for that is what leads to holistic health.
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