Making Some Me-Time In Your Schedule

The majority of us like to keep ourselves busy. We have hectic schedules and we try to pack as much into them as possible. We work our jobs to generate an income and keep a roof over our heads. This takes up most of our weekdays and sometimes we’re asked to work weekends, evenings or do overtime. We try to keep up with social commitments, spending quality time with our friends and family to build bonds and enjoy ourselves. That’s before even taking into consideration childcare if you have children, which is a full time responsibility in and of itself. So, it’s not all too surprising that many of us can easily begin to feel burnt out and worn down. It’s also simple to feel that you’re not getting any time to yourself. But time to yourself is so important, no matter how you want to spend it. You might simply want to kick back and relax. You might want to spend time focusing on your own interests and hobbies. However you choose to spend it, it’s important that you schedule it into your calendar. It could be an hour in the morning or evening, a weekend to yourself or a getaway. Here are a few ways you can spend your me-time going forward!


Crafts are so much fun and you can carry them out simply from the comfort of your own home. You don’t necessarily have to commit hours to it. Instead, you can pick your crafts up as and when you have a little free time. Sewing projects, macrame, embroidery, knitting, kits at and much more. Follow online tutorials to hone your craft and you’ll be proficient in no time!

Watch a Film or Series

Watching a film or series can give you something to get involved in and look forward to. The best part is that nowadays you can watch episodes or films as and when you like through streaming services, rather than having to wait for episodes to be released in real time. So, get a drink, some snacks and settle down in front of the screen to watch your favourites!

Have a Take Out

Of course, you shouldn’t make fast food or takeouts part of your usual routine – it’s not good for your health and well-being. But every now and then, it’s good to have a meal prepared for you and to not have to worry about spending ages in front of the oven to whip up your dinner. Convenience is a nice treat. So order your favourite meal, kick back and relax and wait for it to be delivered to your door.

These are just a few different suggestions that could help you to carve a little enjoyable me-time into your routine. The key is doing something that keeps you occupied, that you enjoy and that makes your life more relaxing or easier!

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