More often than not, it seems like whenever I'm actually down to leave my house and do something fun, all of my friends are "busy". I use the term "busy" loosely, because I'm an extrovert who thrives on social interaction, and most of them are introverts who are most content sitting at home.\nThere's really no shame in that though, it just means I've had to adjust, and learn what I can do around YYC to have fun by myself. If we're being honest, I hate doing anything by myself, but everything on this list is something I might actually consider doing solo.\nNext time you're in the mood to go out, and all your friends are busy, we've got you covered:\nTreat yourself to some of Calgary's best junk food\nOne thing that will always make you feel better when you're lonely is a sweet treat, and Calgary happens to have some of the best places.\nGrab a coffee and read your favourite book in a Kensington cafe\nEspecially with a busy school year coming up, you'll want to find the perfect spot to get your studying done instead of sitting in the library all year.\nDo something super touristy to remind yourself why you love Calgary\nVisit the Calgary Tower, or spend a day wandering around the Zoo or Telus Spark. These activities can be just as fun done solo, as they are when done with somebody else.\nTreat yourself to a nail day at one of Calgary's best nail salons\nThere's nothing more relaxing than a day of pampering. Calgary is lucky enough to be full of super talented nail artists, all of whom will keep your manicure on point.\nTake a walk through Prince's Island Park\nThere's no shame in going for a solo stroll. I find that walking is one of the best ways to clear your mind is to go for a walk. Prince's Island is the perfect place because it's got great views.\nSoak up the sun at Sikome Lake while it's still warm\nPack a towel, your favourite book, and some sun screen, and enjoy a relaxing day in the sand. It may not be Cuba, but it's close enough.\nVisit the Glenbow Museum\nThe Glenbow is one of those places in Calgary that always has something going on. Admission is only $5, and they currently have some really cool exhibits, including one about the Impact of the Graphic Novel.\nGo people watching in Downtown Calgary\nDowntown Calgs is the perfect spot for people watching. Never have I ever been downtown without experiencing something that leads to a funny story to tell later on.\nTreat yourself to a shopping day at one of Calgary's many malls\nI find that shopping is often best done alone; you don't have to wait for anyone, or give your opinions. You can take your sweet time, and spend your money on whatever you want.