I miss going outside. I miss going out.
I assume that these two sentences have a slight difference in the meaning. My image of “to go outside”, is for example, I go outside of my house and spend some time in the nature. Or to just go outside of my house for a short amount of time. “I am going outside to throw out the trash.”
“Go out” feels like to go and hang out with friends, go shopping, going metc.
Can they be used interchangeably?
This is just how I feel about these two phrases, so if I’m mistaken, please correct me.