Most people don’t really like spending time on their own. I think that’s because they feel somewhat socially rejected if they are often alone. However, solitude and loneliness are not exactly the same thing. Solitude actually means that you choose to spend some time alone because you enjoy it.
Solitude can make you more self-sufficient, add to your confidence, and help you get to know yourself a lot better. If being alone scares you, bores you, or just isn’t your favorite thing, here’s how you can make your time more productive.
1. You can reboot your brain and unwind.
You certainly need to give your brain a chance to rest and replenish itself. Being by yourself with no distractions gives you the chance to clear your mind, focus, and think more clearly. It’s an opportunity to revitalize your mind and body at the same time.
2. You can learn something new.
Learning is the most important aspect of living alone. It gives you something to talk about when you do have to actually enter society. Learning is also incredibly more efficient when you don’t have social responsibilities like family to take care of, or a girlfriend or boyfriend to entertain. Learning isn’t just exclusive to books (although they are a great source of knowledge). You can learn to do anything by just practicing – such as a new language.
3. You learn to be independent
Self-reliance is a worthy goal. Get closer to reaching it by increasing your time alone. Independence of mind and lifestyle can lead to productivity and fulfillment. Once you have a solid solo approach to things, there’s nothing you won’t be able to do. You will be able to follow your dreams – even if this means that you will have to do it on your own! You will become your own supporter.
4. You can become more creative
Your creativity flourishes when you are removed from outside influences.
If you want to paint your house, paint a picture, design something, write something, invent something, spend quiet time allowing your imaginative genius freedom to explore possibilities. It can be a most rewarding experience. Explore your abilities and interests. You may come up with something that will change your life.
5. You can set up new goals and see how to achieve them.
During your alone time, you can think about your dreams, set up new goals, see what you really want in your life and make a plan with clear steps to achieve them.
6. You can improve your relationships with others.
By spending time with yourself and gaining a better understanding of who you are and what you desire in life, you’re more likely to make better choices about who you want to be around. You also may come to appreciate your relationships more after you’ve spent some time alone.
7. You will put things in perspective
Put your day, week and year in perspective by reflecting on where your life is headed. In the absence of other people’s influence, you are free to reevaluate what’s important to you, be it your JOB, your friends or your loved ones, and set yourself on the appropriate course of action. Think about what you want; then, follow through on your own time.
8. You can listen to your inner voice.
When your mind is calm, when there is no rush, you can hear your inner voice. You have time to listen to yourself, to discover your dreams, to believe in yourself and focus on your beauty.
9. You get to do whatever you want
Some people don’t hate being alone so much as they find it boring. When you’re with others, you have the advantage of multiple minds thinking of an enjoyable activity. When you’re alone, you’re left with the JOB entirely. Keep eyes and your mind open! 😉
10. Quiet time can help you sort through problems.
Just sitting down and thinking through a problem, thinking about what caused it and how best to resolve it can result in very effective solutions. But even if a solution is not forthcoming, just having taken the time to think things through and to understand the problem more thoroughly can bring peace and a certain courage to carry on. – See more at: http://www.thinkinghumanity.com/2014/10/10-great-reasons-why-you-need-some-time-on-your-own.html?m=1#sthash.Ux36B3BU.dpuf