me-time

me-time

n
the time a person has to himself or herself, in which to do something for his or her own enjoyment
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Money raised will be donated to the Me-Time service, which provides counselling for children experiencing bullying and discrimination.
"Throughout your entire journey through motherhood, find time to have me-time. Find loopholes where you can find me-time," Bea stressed.
Whether it was to get some much-needed exercise or valuable me-time, Sarfaraz's decision to put himself to a physical test before the training looked like a case of too little too late.
I've come across some fabulous examples of she-sheds being used as a workspace or somewhere to relax and enjoy some me-time, or as a place to socialise with friends."
"United have had a few days off, me-time as Robbie has put it.
Plan in 'me-time' every day - from a few minutes with your favourite book to a cuppa at the end of the day, or even book a weekend away.
"With finding me-time at places like the spa, I am re-energized and this helps my creativity to flow.
Having someone to in the survey also found at least half of Irish singletons are most interested in some quality me-time.
% Reason For Drinking More At-home Tastes great 66 Convenient 55 Energy boost 50 A ritual in my day 50 Affordable 50 Makes me feel good 48 Warms me up 48 Helps me to focus 43 A chance to relax 40 To give myself a treat 40 To give myself a break, me-time 38 I want coffee as part of a meal or with food 30 Note: Table made from bar graph.
If you only have 30 minutes to spare for your me-time, you're in luck.
Whether you are looking for total relaxation, me-time and pampering, or to kick-start a healthier lifestyle, take a look at these spa breaks in Leicestershire.