It truly is sad that society has placed so much importance on finding the love of your life and has come up with this sort of unwritten rule that being single equals having a lonely, bitter life.
“You need to be buried deep in the dirt before you can find your bloom.” – Roz Inga
I have already decided that in any case I fail to settle down at the age of 30, then I will not waste my remaining life sulking or despising myself for not exerting enough efforts to find a partner.
There’s nothing wrong with being single and there’s nothing wrong with being in a relationship. But one thing that will no longer be tolerated is the basic, thirsty and downright bizarre excuses that desperate singles make to justify WANTING a relationship.
I can be whole heartedly happy with me, myself and I. Along with truthfully saying if I met some amazing guy tomorrow I still wouldn’t change my plans for him. This is our time to be selfish and choose a path that suits our dreams and desires. Everything else will fall into place.
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days. Andie Anderson and Benjamin Barry, what a perfectly alliterated match.
“Perhaps this is too obvious but I look for a ring of any kind.”
Sometimes the best companion for a single girl on a Friday night is a big glass of wine.
The remote control. Speaking of the remote. Honey, I love you, but I don’t want to watch football all of the time.
You all know it. We’ve all been dreading it. It’s Valentine’s Day and what is a single girl to do when all of her friends actually have to spend time with their significant others and you can’t be the third wheel for the fourth time this week?