What Kind of Me Time Do You Need?

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Do you like your ‘me’ time? I try to get in some time for myself every day. I am a hardcore introvert, and I need a lot of time alone to feel calm and happy. I have learned that it’s important for me to carve out this time no matter what else is going on in my life. I think many other people feel the same way 🙂 I originally started writing quizzes as part of my ‘me time’ – and it still remains something I like to do for alone time. And of course, I also like taking quizzes to relax.

I find it especially difficult to get my me time in when everyone else wants to be social – like the weekends and the holidays. I do my best to be a somewhat normal person and participate in the world, but I usually have to spend the rest of my weekend or holiday resting. It’s hard to find a good balance. One time I’m trying to do is get some me time in when I’m around others, even if it means sneaking away for a walk around the block.

When it comes to alone time, it’s hard to know exactly what we need to feel good. Do you need to get busy and productive? Or do you just need to veg? Take my latest quiz to learn what sort of alone time you need: What Kind of Me Time Do You Need? Let me know what you get on this quiz, and if you think it fits the type of me time you need.

Discussion question: What’s your favorite way to get some me time? Want more ideas for how to relax? Take another quiz I wrote:  http://www.blogthings.com/howshouldyoudestressquiz/

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What do you think?

9 thoughts on “What Kind of Me Time Do You Need?

  1. Monica G. K. Tambajong

    I need Creative Me Time.

    My favourite Me Time are: times when I can catch up on a personal project (usually writing a novel), times when I can learn something new, and times when I can just lose myself in a great work of art (usually novels or movies, but I do get lost occasionally on good pieces of music or paintings).

    And same here about being a hardcore introvert. 🙂

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    1. kari Post author

      Those are such lovely me time activities 🙂 And best of luck on your novel! I think every hardcore introvert should write one 😉

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  2. Melissa Russell

    My result is Relaxing. And I will add Inspiring as well. All I really need is sleep, a bath and long, still silence. After that, getting things well ordered is good. Then I want to create and explore and get passionate about life. But, I get very distracted by tv and internet and stuff.

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  3. Josh

    Relaxing Me Time/Inspiring Me Time

    When I feel like creating something (More often I give someone ideas on the internet), listening to songs/music (on youtube), playing a computer game, watching anime, or watching a horror movie (mostly at a theatre) or horror story on youtube

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