how do i get out of a rut?
it seems like im stuck in this boring uninteresting part of my life. i dont know the last time i was genuinely happy. Im not really sure what to do any suggestions?
In recent weeks i have found myself doing a lot of things that are completely out of the norm for me. I started a daily yoga ritual, my attempt at keeping a new years resolution to actually do something to relax. it has actually helped! I have also stated going out alone. I have plenty of friends to go out with but why are so many people scared to go it alone. In the past three weeks i have seen 4 movies alone and gone on 6 hikes in "new" place all by myself. It's kind of a confidence boost for me to say i truly am fine all by myself!
In three more weeks if all else fails, it's always fun to go out and get a little drunk and loose my inhibitions! That way I'll have a new awkward story to tell my friends and family to get a good chuckle over...
When I feel like I am in a rut, I like to do a weekend trip away. You don't have to go far or spend a lot to getaway but just the change in scenery can clear your head and give you a better perspective.
by SapphireGreen2 years ago
When and how does it end up that you have a lot of friends and then eventually you turn around and you are alone because you are not happy with yourself? Shouldnt that be a time where your friends are there the most?
by Libra Rajani6 years ago
Have you ever eaten in a restaurant alone?A number of single people refuse to eat alone in a restaurant or go to the movies alone. Are you comfortable with it? Why or why not? Is it about being secure or what others...
by brandonfowler667 years ago
What is your new years resolution?Whats your new years resolution and strategy for keeping them?
by Melbourne315 weeks ago
I believe that each of us have reasons why we prefer to travel alone or in a group. I want to hear your opinions.
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