12 Ways to Embrace Living Alone
That means those of us who live alone spend a lot of time explaining ourselves! The joy of running a blog and an online communityis being able to set the record straight. So we asked people who live alone to tell us the things they secretly wished their friends and family knew about their lives. When it comes to living alone, there is a huge difference between being by yourself, and being lonely. If I want to curl up with a book, potter around my house, or daydream in a luxurious bath, then being by myself is absolutely fine. In fact, being able to do these things without interruption is one of the greatest joys of living alone! In other words, we may be lonely, or we may not, depending on our circumstances. First, no life is perfect — and our lives are no different. We have good days, and we have bad days — just like you.
Access your potential by embracing your behaviour and plotting a new course. Adhere our free newsletter to take the Leadership for Introverts Test and advantage building your skills. While I was there, I ran a marathon. I stayed in a hotel room abandoned mostly. I wandered around Beijing abandoned.
Around might be affiliate links on this page, which means we get a small commission of anything you accept. As an Amazon Associate we be paid from qualifying purchases. Please do your own research before making any online purchase. Do you remember when you were younger—maybe 12 or 13—and your parents would go out to administer errands or something and leave you home alone? Fast forward however a lot of years to the present, and, designed for many people, the formerly coveted age of having no one around can not feel quite as indulgent. Of course, we all need some age to ourselves to either tend en route for our responsibilities or simply take a break from our hectic lives, although many people ultimately want to allow someone in their corner to appear home to at night.