"Me time" refers to time taken just for your self. It's also sometimes called "alone time." Many people feel that in their social roles of parent, worker and/or spouse that they are constantly giving their time to others with little or no time leftover to spend on themselves. "Me time" solves this problem by giving us time to pamper ourselves or to spend on activities that we enjoy but seldom have time for.
Pampering during our "me time" may include spa treatments such as a soothing massage or it may be more simple such as a bubble bath at home. Some people like to catch up on reading a novel they've wanted to read or involve themselves in their favorite hobby or craft project. "Me time" can include anything that makes you feel relaxed and de-stressed.
Even the most social person can benefit from his or her "me time." Very outgoing people often need to learn to enjoy being alone, unlike most introverts who often thrive on time spent alone. The most important thing is to be in touch with who you are away from others and enjoy being you and doing what you like to do.
"Me time" can be experienced during a getaway or vacation. Even if you are traveling with others, you can find time to spend on your own. Even just a few hours of "alone time" can make you feel renewed and fresh. The point is to fit this time just for you into your life when and where and for how long it makes sense for you.
You can actually have more to give to others when you take time for yourself. Most people are usually more relaxed and energized after their "me time." It can help us reconnect with our sense of self and who we are as individuals. We may easily find that taking just a little time for ourselves regularly will keep us healthier and happier!