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[mass noun] Time spent relaxing on one's own as opposed to working or doing things for others, seen as an opportunity to reduce stress or restore energy:‘schedule some me time when you get home’
- ‘I had a little me time this morning and strolled in around 11:30.’
- ‘Months back, when I took vacation in Myrtle Beach, I had the chance FOR ONCE to not think about work and have some me time, because it was long overdue.’
- ‘Since then I've just been having a bit of me time - not really going out that much, just sitting in Howth, chilling out.’
- ‘And when I'm with someone, I definitely require a certain amount of me time.’
- ‘I have been really keen for a couple of weeks now to have some me time that doesn't have either of my children in it.’
- ‘Juggling business, family fun and a little me time just got easier!’
- ‘I reminded myself that this was precious me time, but the truth is, my idea of me time involves less forward roll and more cinnamon roll, preferably while curling up with a good book instead of a five-pound weight.’
- ‘It's my me time, where I can go and sit in the bath for two hours if I wanted to, or watch a movie in full, without any interruptions.’
- ‘I deserved some me time with my pup.’
- ‘I just fancy a bit of me time.’
- ‘But what do rock stars do when they need to get away from the band and secure a little me time?’
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