Dealing with loneliness this festive season
The festive seasons are here with us again and a number of people will be travelling upcountry while others will be going on vacations but what happens to the guys who are alone?
It isn’t a crime to be single and alone over the festive season but your life doesn’t have to suck. There are a lot of activities that a person can engage in.
Some of these activities include;
Everyone is gone and you having been working hard throughout the year, how about you treat yourself to something nice?
You can take yourself to that spa that you have been longing for in a while. If that isn’t your thing, you can buy yourself a nice gadget or even a dress.
The point is to do something nice for yourself.
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Try something new
The year has been busy but you happen to have that amazing oven that you have never used in the house. This is the time that you can try out new recipes or better yet, perfect your baking skills.
Trying out something new doesn’t have to be solely in the kitchen, you can go out and learn how to swim if you don’t know how to do that.
Trying out something new keeps you on your toes and makes you a better person in the long run.
Try a home theatre experience
You have probably been going out to the movies throughout the year, during the festive seasons you can try out this. Don’t go out, get that nice movie and sit down on your couch with popcorns and enjoy the experience.
This will cost you less money than actually going out to a theatre.
Go on a staycation
A staycation is a vacation within the country where you get to spend the night at your destination.
Kenya has several tourist destinations and it’s probably time that you explored some of these places. When doing this, don’t tag along with other people, do it alone, this gives you the opportunity to reflect on your life and what you can do to make it better.
At the end of your stay, you will have had a “me” time and feeling rejuvenated to move on and face life hurdles.
Charline Carren is a blogger and an editor at Tech for Development. A trained Public Relations and communication specialist.
My passion for writing stems from the need to always provide solutions to peoples problems and sharing my opinion with my readers. I’m a proud content creator, communication and media strategies developer and a great public speaker.