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How to Set Aside Time

The busier you are, the more likely you are to benefit from some quiet time.

Just 10 minutes of alone time each day could be enough to help you rejuvenate from the daily grind. Silence your electronics and allow yourself to be alone with your thoughts.

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Setting aside time to be alone can help you reflect on your goals, dreams, and aspirations. 

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Self-imposed solitude

Solitude can be invaluable and rewarding.

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Loneliness

It isn’t defined by the number of people in your life; instead, it’s the distance between what you want out of your relationships and what you’re getting.

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