Whether an indoor sauna or outdoor sauna, backyard sauna or cabin sauna, one of the virtues of owning your own sauna is that you can take a solo sauna whenever you want. A great time for a solo sauna is when one is feeling disconnected because of seemingly too many things going on or needing to get done.
Like approaching a box of tangled wires in your closet, it looks like a mess, but just needs a little focus time to organize. Solo sauna time is a great time to mentally organize all the entangled loose ends.
This little 3×5 memo book, probably 59 cents at Walgreens, has been a wonderful addition to my sauna. Prone to forgetting my own phone number, it is liberating to write down a few notes or ideas while sitting alone in my backyard sauna, free from distractions. Then at the end of my solo sauna session, I tear off the sheet, and as long as I don’t lose the sheet, I can get after my notes in the morning. We’ve talked about writing in the sauna before.
A solo sauna can be the best way to untangle the wires in your head.