Today is my kind of holiday! Did you not know it’s a holiday? Well it is, and I’m not talking about my birthday (that’s in April)…today is
NATIONAL HERMIT DAY!
It’s okay, you can laugh with me because let’s get real, it’s a hilarious holiday to celebrate but I’m happy to pay my respects to those fellow introverts who enjoy their hermit time to reset, recharge, and re-energize for the next time they need to be around people.
Unsure how to celebrate National Hermit Day?
1. Read a Book or Magazine
2. Stream a Show Online
Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, or any other website that allows me to stream movies or a TV show, are great options. 😉
3. Go for a Run Alone or Practice Yoga
As much as I love the community around CrossFit or even my local yoga studio, it’s also nice to get in a workout without anyone else around and really enjoy and appreciate that time for yourself.
4. Online Shopping
There is NO shame shopping online, if you ask me! Sure, it’s nice to get out of the house once and awhile and browse your local Target store (No? Just me?) but sometimes the crowds or screaming children or unaware adults makes it really difficult to enjoy, so making my purchases online and having them shipped right to me is a total winner.
5. Work on a Puzzle
I am puzzle obsessed! I actually have a stack of them that I borrowed from my parents waiting for me to complete. Last time I put one together I did it in about 24 hours because I got so into it, so I’ve been a bit afraid to break one out again, but they are a great activity to really work the mind!
6. Start a Craft Project
I’m working on that quilt for my grandmother, but you could always cut up some magazines for a vision board, pick up a cross stitch kit or try something new!
Whether you write poetry, music, blog posts (ha!) or just in your journal, it’s a great way to spend time to yourself!
I hate a mess and clutter, which you should know my house is in a total disarray of empty boxes so I can start packing for my move and the clutter is driving me bonkers! Needless to say, cleaning or picking things up is definitely something I enjoy doing (or at least enjoy when it’s done)!
9. Take a Nap
I actually almost forgot to include this, but I would imagine if you have children, then if you get a chance to spend some time by yourself, you may choose to use it by sleeping.
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Are you celebrating National Hermit Day?
What is your favorite activity to do when you have time to yourself?