“Long ago the word ‘alone’ was treated as two words, all one. To be all one, meant to be wholly one, to be in oneness, either essentially or temporarily. That is precisely the goal of solitude, to be all one.” Clarissa Pinkola Estes from Women Who Run with the Wolves
Alone time helps us find ourselves. This is the time and space to get in contact with our soul, with what lifts us up, what nurtures and nourishes us.
Making the most out of your office break will not only make you happier at work -because you’ll be enjoying what you chose to do-, but also ’cause you’ll be using your time at the fullest. It might be hard at first, but certainly you’ll be enjoying it more and more. It’s just a barrier you need to break.
We solemnly recommend to put your whole self on break, mobiles included. For one hour of your day put it on mute, airplane mode or turn it off. Below are a few of our ideas you can take for your own break alone time at work.