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Alone time doesn't mean you're lonely

I'm an ambivert. What's that you ask? It means I'm a mix of an extrovert and an introvert. While I love being out in social situations and feed off of the energy of others, I also require alone time. Often. I need the peace and quiet of solitude in order to recharge my batteries, to clear my mind and reflect. Balancing these 2 opposing parts of my personality is so key. I love journaling and have kept one since I was about 8 or 9 years old. I've always found it to be so therapeutic. Some of my favorite moments alone are spent sitting on my patio staring up at the sky or the trees, flowers, or watching bugs crawl by brings me a huge sense of calm. It's funny how nature can have such a powerful impact on the mind. Stress just melts away...

Check out this article and leave a comment! What does actively being alone look like for you?