Winging Life Since 1995

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Take Yourself Out

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So it's March already!! I'm so glad February is out of the way, it always seems to drag on despite being the shortest month of the year...

If you're a keen reader of mine you would have noticed I didn't post on Sunday AND I'M SORRY! I've been working my butt off and I just haven't had time. Yeah I know, "plan ahead Emily". A bit late for that. I'm starting my new job next week so I'll start to get into more of a routine soon I promise. I post Wednesday's and Sunday's at 8 pm and you can follow me on Bloglovin' to get my posts or subscribe to get them straight in your inbox (it's up on your right!)

February was a very complex month, to say the least, and I'm totally ready to leave that behind and start fresh. I recently saw a couple of people on Twitter saying that they wanted to go to the cinema by themselves but they thought it was weird. If you're wondering the same - it's not.

Having people to go out with and have fun is amazing but doing things by yourself is also super nice. When I worked odd shifts I took myself out to the cinema, for meals, to the museum all by myself because I wanted to and I wasn't going to sit around and wait for someone to come with. (Plus no one was around.)


I think it's really important to invest time in yourself. Self-love and all that. 'Me' time doesn't have to be staying in and resting (although a hot bubble bath is an essential) it can mean taking yourself on an adventure, doing things by yourself, having fun, going to the beach. THIS DOESN'T MEAN YOU'RE A LONER OK! It's actually quite a liberating experience, to be honest. Going to the cinema by myself is a favourite of mine - it's basically an upgraded version of watching Netflix in bed. What's not to love?!

If you read my previous post Cheap Date Weekend, all these ideas can easily be done by yourself too. It's a good way of getting to know yourself. I know that probably sounds weird because we hang out with ourselves 24/7, but you might not necessary know what you really like a dislike within some aspects of life. So give it a go? Wine and dine yourself...
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