Because to be single is to cherish and enjoy your company. To be single is to celebrate the love and respect for yourself.
Pour yourself a glass of wine because I’m about to tell you why we’re drinking as a celebration and not to lament about our lonesomeness.
Every day, we get to hang out with the most amazing person we know … ourselves! And this doesn’t change when we find our perfect someone.
I belong completely to myself. I always have.
You’re not the only one feeling totally overwhelmed and frustrated with the ever-changing nuances of modern dating, especially online dating.
I’m a fan of the Disney franchise. Disney raised me.
A question that irks even the strongest, most independent and emotionally sound single people I know. It stings like no other, hits the weakest of your weak spots and undermines you faster than you can blink.
Positioning themselves in the light to look most like their flattering profile photo, as well as hoping against hope that their date will be as good-looking as promised, they can barely contain themselves.
Another year, another massive batch of failed dating stories. It seems that, in your 20s, these anecdotes are never-ending. Or are they?
I’m just curious because this year I’ve noticed the holiday is over saturated in a different sense… Maybe it’s like this every year and I’ve never noticed but this February I’ve seen more Valentine’s Day content related to SINGLE PEOPLE…