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alone time

It's healthy to crave alone time, and it's necessary.
And how to tell your partner you need time alone.
Lovers of art are well aware that it often takes time for a picture to truly sink in — but in "Alone Time," a series of photographs
I know some parents who can function on very little sleep and so can quite handily go to bed late and still be fine when their offspring disturb their slumber. I'm not one of them. I need sleep - the undisturbed, drool-on-the-pillow-and-wake-up-when-I'm-damn-well-ready kind. And I'm sure I don't have to tell you that I haven't had enough of that in the last four-and-a-half years.
Generally speaking, most people, when asked, will say they don't have enough time in a day. I know that, as a mother of three