Here's a snippet about this topic from a recent interview that I did with Startup Savant. Hope this helps you as you move forward on your entrepreneurial journey.
"I'm a solopreneur, so I spend a lot of time by myself in my home office/production studio. When I started my company I don't think I was completely prepared for how lonely the journey would feel. There are 3 big things that have really helped me:
I routinely go for "creative walks." I walk the same route every day, so nothing creative about that, but going outside for long walks tends to put me in my flow state. It's the time when I'm most productive.
I meet with other entrepreneurs on a fairly regular basis. I'm fortunate to have such an extensive network of entrepreneurs - some very seasoned and others struggling to start their first business. Meeting with other entrepreneurs on a regular basis gives me an opportunity to learn from them, but moreover, just a chance to connect with people that deeply understand the peaks and valleys of starting a business.
I spend time with people that I care about. This sounds simple, but it's very easy to get sucked into working all the time because there's always SO MUCH to get done. I think I'm a lot more discerning about how I spend my time now, but I try to be very present and make the most of my time with friends and family."
I've been letting my business run me. For too long. I'm damn tired and despite being busy , and getting out in the Startup world running events, I'm missing having colleagues so much. If I had more sense I would connect more meaningfully to other similar entrepreneurs at a co-working space 2 minutes from my home office. I'm a slow learner. I'm super shy but super social (an odd contradiction) so working in a random space takes courage for me and I forget to go. Social skills are easy in a regular office for me but in random co-working spaces, uch. Try to find a nice co-working space it should help. best, Idas