Alone, Single And Over 50: Living Your Best Life
Living alone and single is generally not a bad idea. According to recent statistics, living solo has become a norm amongst people in their 50s.
Despite the adverse effects people’s thoughts are on living alone, it is enriching, mind-rejuvenating, and liberating and can pose immense benefits to one’s health and well-being.
Below are some of the benefits accrued to living alone and single.
Doing just what you want
What’s more enchanting when alone and single being able to do just what you want and how you want it without anybody’s interruption.
Coming and going as you please, visit who and where you want and enjoy the things you find fascinating.
This means you can create your routine and how well it works for you.
You could be able to spread out across the whole bed and wake up feeling sound and agile.
A well-structured life being alone and single could help you have a better experience and stabilize mental health problems.
Develop new hobbies and interests
Having enough time to yourself can help you find new hobbies and develop new interests.
You could try learning new skills and indulge in new businesses, engagements, and activities that could better ones living.
Spaces in the house can turn into a business arena like becoming an Airbnb host or even a craft workshop, studio, or study.
You could learn how to play the guitar, start writing a book, or become a member of the choir. Just enough time and space for discoveries!
Friendships and new acquaintances
Being lonely is different from being alone. A single person has enough time to hook up with friends and make new ones.
You could go out on dates and even invite people over on the weekends. Stay out late without being queried and visit interesting and exciting places with like mind’s.
Feelings of Liberation
Feelings play an essential role in one’s peace of mind. Health wise, it’s even advisable sometimes to spread your wings and fly away.
A free, or single person has the time, means, and space for change and exploration.
Discoveries and lots and lots of happiness are at your disposal. Such feelings are quite expensive, and many would pay a lot more, to have a great feeling during alone time.
Getting to know yourself better
While in a relationship, sometimes “self “hardly matters. Time will be mostly spent on meeting the needs of others and worrying about them.
We rarely have time for ourselves, learn, and understand our personal needs. Being single and alone creates more moments for personal reconciliation and restoration.
Your mind gets free, and your thoughts center on yourself rather than others.
These are times when you could get to take a thorough look at yourself and discover what you lack and just how to fill up space.
Enhance personal creativity
For a creative person, solitude is everything. It enables you to think profoundly and allows your thoughts to run wild and innovative.
Being alone and single births new ideas, letting them come into fruition. You could discover a new approach, more meaning, and passion towards your job.
Without distractions and worrying about someone else, you could in your silent moments, birth, brilliant ideas, and achieve beautiful goals.