Table for One

From the extrovert who spends most her time living as an introvert

When separated from the pack and alone time becomes the only option it’s important to take this time to “get to love your own company.” For the purposes of this handy little guide we’ll pretend that we know what the hell that even means. There is so much to be done while alone! The advent of social media has taken a shit on us homebodies way too many times, rather than sit at home on instagram or snapchat watching other people’s lives pass you by take your balls in your own hands. Ride your own goddamn bull! This is a how-to on making others jealous of your life sitting on your plastic covered, hopefully overpriced couch warming your seat with your fat “budonk.”

It’s important to note that this guide in no way applauds slacking but rather addresses the inevitable alone time each person is rewarded or punished with, depends on your outlook. No matter what category your alone time falls under always be in the position to shout angrily while waving your index finger violently at someone that “I earned it.” It’s key not to appear lonely when physically alone.

  • Learn to cook traditional dishes from every country
  • Do abstract painting because then it is never bad
  • Decide on your opinions for future conversation sake
  • Learn to do embroidery (google it now)
  • Watch a TED talk, it makes you feel productive
  • Listen to an audio book because those are freaking awesome

If these options don’t tickle your fancy, go outside and talk to as many strangers as possible and make them friends. P.S take the plastic off the couch if you invite them in.

                                                                             Cara Michaela

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Joyann Williams says:

    I’m loving your alone time, I’m never really alone….. but if I was I would do all the things you’re doing and more!!

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  2. DeCarlo says:

    Love your blog.

    From experience it is important to love your own company and find a hobby as you outlined in some of your examples.


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  3. Sonia Mccollin says:

    Congratulations . I am next looking forward to seeing some exciting stuff

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  4. Annmarie Boyan says:

    The world needs to read this! Very appealing suggestions that can allow us to explore our inner talents. Love this!

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