Nat S Ford (natf) wrote,
Nat S Ford

"The power of lonely"

This would be better titled, "The power of solitude," but as an ambivert that gets much more done when alone, I agree with this article that solitude can be productive and, for some of us, more sane than being social. A pair of introverts working on their own projects in the same room without necessarily interacting can be as sociable as I am able to be, some days.

… spending time alone, if done right, can be good for us — that certain tasks and thought processes are best carried out without anyone else around, and that even the most socially motivated among us should regularly be taking time to ourselves if we want to have fully developed personalities, and be capable of focus and creative thinking.

The power of lonely - The Boston Globe
Tags: ambivert, creativity, link, solitude

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