Sometimes a brisk walk around the block is all you need to calm your nerves, collect your thoughts and put things in perspective. Whether it's just round the local streets or if you head further afield, set aside half an hour to get outside and have some time alone.
If you can set aside an hour of the day (once you've palmed the kids off on your partner/pal/doting grandparent) take that time to enjoy some real relaxation. Run a hot bath, add some bubbles, and light some candles: bliss.
A lot of people feel like going to the theatre or movies alone is weird, but it's actually a great way to enjoy your own company, and you don't have to compromise on what you're going to see. If you're not a traditional 9 to 5er, why not book while everyone else is at work and enjoy a screen to yourself.
You've probably already heard of the many benefits of practicing yoga – but it really is a great way to relax body and mind, stretch it all out and shake off the day. Try squeezing it in first thing in the morning or when you get home for the evening. Added points for a natural location.
Is there anything more calming than immersing yourself in cool blue water? Whether you prefer a lake, stream, pool or the ocean, a solitary swim can be super relaxing and a lovely way to spend a day alone. Obviously be safe, and don't swim at places known for rip tides and strong currents.
An easy way to begin a new me-time habit is with Symbio yoghurt. A single serving of Symbio Probalance yoghurt contains billions of natural probiotics, plus calcium and fibre to support digestive balance. It's perfect with cereal, over fresh fruit or as a simple snack.