Alone vs. On My Own

When you tell someone that you did something “alone” it sounds depressing, even if you’re just letting them know that you performed the action without anybody else around.  I learned this when telling some people that I wandered around London “alone” yesterday.  “On my own” is a good way of conveying the same message without sounding pitiful.  Just a thought.


About Drew Litowitz

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1 Response to Alone vs. On My Own

  1. Dana says:

    Very pithy and insightful.

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