BEAUTIFUL things that happen when you learn to love – You can do whatever the f*ck you want. In my early 20s, I used to feel validated by how packed my weekend plans were. With only 52 Saturdays in a year, my mission was to make every single one of them count.
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If my weekend didn’t involve rolling deep with friends to whatever bar or birthday party or concert was on the agenda, I felt like that free time somehow meant less.
But with age comes wisdom, as they say. As I grew out of my party phase and into my late 20s, I started to realize all the benefits that come with spending time alone. In fact, being alone became something that I even looked forward to.
Nowadays, I relish in my lack of weekend plans and the freedom that comes with being able to spend a full 48 hours however I please. Here are a few ways that life gets better when you learn to love being alone.
1. You feel more energized.
Making conversation is exhausting, especially when you’re out with a group of people you don’t know very well, screaming back and forth at a crowded bar. Skipping out on that Friday happy hour means having a full night to yourself to recharge your batteries, and that you won’t feel so fatigued come Saturday brunch time.
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