Does Anyone else enjoy "alone" time?
Does anyone else ever get in the mood to be alone for just one day? I love having "alone" time but the way I work and the people around me make it very difficult.
Yes, I understand exactly what you're saying and I'm in the same predicament, so when I actually find myself "alone", I'm exhilirated!!!! Those moments are few and far between though!
I used to crave alone time when raising my kids. My husband worked at home so it was rare when I had the house to myself. I would be so excited if the kids were in school and he had to go out of town for the day. It seemed luxurious.
Now that I am older, kids grown, husband retired, I don't like being alone that much anymore. Strange because I have always been a loner.
As an introvert, alone time is an absolute necessity for me. Some people don't understand my need for alone time, but those who know me well know I need my "me" time in order to be my whole self.
I love alone time. But sadly unless I leave the house it ain't going to happen. Just the idea of not having to deal with anyone else for a few hours is bliss.
i love alone time though i don't get much of it. i go into my garage, turn on music and do woodworking as a way to get away.
My husband is disabled and always home. My daughter is homeschooled and always at home. I CRAVE alone time. I have lived in this house for three years and never have been alone in it. I go for walks at night just to be alone for a minute.
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