Me Time, Quality time, Alone

How to Find Time Alone Once You’re not Living Alone

I will tell you how you can have quality time with yourself even in a short time

Wahyuni Sapri
4 min readMar 1, 2022


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As an introvert, having time alone is an essential need, but sometimes I find it difficult to find the right time because I’m not living alone. Actually, everyone needs the “me time” even though you are classified as the majority of extroverts. It’s just that the level of need for extroverts is less. Introverts need more time alone because, for them it is a form of recharge. Me-time isn’t just spending time on your own. It’s about being present with yourself, your mind, and your body. ‘Me Time’ is the conscious effort of taking much-needed time out to recharge your batteries.

Some of the benefits that you will get from me-time include:

  • I can hear my inner voice
  • Get to know yourself better every time
  • Less dependent on others
  • Less lonely
  • Get more creative
  • You’ll become more authentic
  • Mindfulness
  • Better work-life balance
  • Remove Yourself from Unnecessary Information
  • Get tasks done more

Some of the following symptoms reflect that you need some time off with yourself:

  • Become more sensitive
  • Feel exhausted emotionally
  • High level of mood swing
  • Easy to cry
  • High level of no work-life balance
  • Losing personal life is like a hobby, gathering with family and close friends
  • Often fight over trivial things
  • Feel monotonous with your life
  • You don’t feel like yourself.

Finding time off with quality by yourself is probably not easy to find. you have many things to do.

This will be much more difficult when you don’t live alone, especially if you don’t have a private room in the house. If it’s really that difficult, here are some ways you…



Wahyuni Sapri

Nuance writer. Degree in chemistry. Delve more into food science for the next level. But also into human behavior and learning neuroscience in my free time.