I sometimes find my weekends completely empty. No plans, no friends to call, and very little errands to run. During this time off I like to take a couple mental health days. There’s nothing wrong with spending a weekend alone and choosing to not pack that weekend with tons of plans. Here’s a couple of things you can do alone when you find yourself with solitary free time:
1. Take a bath
Set aside a good amount of time to just soak and forget about all your other problems.
2. Go to the library
Sign up for a library card and get started on the reading list you pinned on Pinterest two years ago.
3. Binge watch a series
Escape your own reality with a non stop marathon of Netflix.
4. Go to the gym
Push yourself harder than you usually do and spend some time sweating it out in…
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When I first started blogging it was a transition period for me. I had recently graduated from university, rented my own apartment, started my first “real” job, and learned that Jay was moving across the world from the USA to Australia. Blogging began as a tool for me to organize my thoughts and express my feelings towards my LDR. Now, a little over a year later, I have completely transformed as a blogger and a person. Blogging has had a tremendous impact on my life and I cannot imagine my life without it anymore.
Improved Word Skills. Blogging has really improved my vocabulary and sentence structure in everyday life. My conversations with people are more sophisticated than they were a year ago and I am more aware of my word choices when writing emails. Writing has always been a strongsuit for me, but I’ve improved immensely at it since the…
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