“In My Bubble”, now has many meanings!
Here is some “In My Bubble” Inspiration!
First, I have always been somewhat of an introvert, and I quite liked being the silent one in the corner. I was always personable and I interacted very well with others, on the job, in a group setting, and with family, but I preferred to be in my own space (bubble). I was the listener, not the chatterbox! I suppose, this could be looked at, as living in a bubble.
Second, I was raised an only child, but I was also raised growing up with many cousins, who at times, were like having siblings. I never felt I missed out on the connection brothers and sisters have with each other. Some automatically refer to only children as living in a bubble, because some only children are found to be on the “shy” side.
Third, I’m a firm believer, due to having an extreme amount of creativity floating around in my mind on a regular basis, with writing out all those ideas, stories, songs, scripts, and even recipes, allowed me to never feel lonely. Even though I was by myself in my bubble, it was never boring.
See, there are many ways of living in a bubble! My Bubble is a very comfortable place!
In my past, some would say, “she lives her life in a bubble!” I refuse to see anything wrong with that; sometimes, people need a place to escape too which can bring them peace.
The point is, if someone is happy regardless of whether it works for you or not, then just be happy for them. Whether you enjoy time alone, or you prefer crowds, the bottom line is the importance of what makes someone comfortable.
Now that “we are all” living in a time of seclusion and quarantine, I find more than ever, I’m creating more and more in my bubble. The creativity has been endless; I can’t type fast enough with all these ideas I have floating around in that colorful bubble of mine.
Regardless, if you like to live in a bubble, or you prefer constant noise around you, as long as you are happy, that is the main thing! Just as long as you are making the best out of it and finding something good in each day!
I hope you can find your own creative space in your bubble; it can be a very happy place!