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How to Love the Single Life

Updated on February 15, 2020
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An experienced adviser on gender and relationships, I enjoy making light of deep topics, I will be offended if you don’t find this funny.

The single life is freedom

The single life is freedom
The single life is freedom

I know why you’re here

You’re here because Valentine‘s day is thankfully over, you are now in a hurried desperation to diffuse this feeling of loneliness and find an answer on how to love the single life. I’m glad you‘ve found your way here. With all the loved up couples you’ve witnessed and the suffocation you were near to experiencing because of the apparent love in the air that occurred yesterday, it’s caused you to wonder, fine they’re in love but where does that leave us, the singles.

It’s not easy being single, firstly we try to act like we are okay when really inside we are simply yearning for a snuggle at night, a good morning text, even a poem. It’s quite frankly a joke that if there is a God why would he/she only allow some of us to be all loved up and happy. But of course not all relationships are that simple and not or singles are that miserable, see I have come to realise that the grass is always greener isn’t it. What if I told you, we are the lucky ones.

Why do I say so, because I have my top 3 advantages to being single that will make you realise how lucky we are.


Yes, you heard me, you now have time.Time for what you may ask, we all have time? Yes but we have more time then people in relationships, technically we have longer lives. When you really think about it, it’s definite we have longer lives. You now have time to do the things YOU enjoy, whether that’s riding your bike everyday, and if you do, I respect you... or maybe going to a gallery, listening to a podcast and of course getting in enchanted in an alluring book.


One of my favorites right here, you can flirt, yes you are allowed to do that now. There are so many fish in the sea, and I know there’s someone you have your eye on, and if there isn’t then hey there’s someone that may have there eye on you. Anyhow it’s time to flirt with the guy or gal you’ve noticed, talk to new people and you can do it all without guilt! How great is that, you don’t have to hear their deep emotional issues, like hello, did I ask ? You can keep the conversation light and easy, and sneak in a little wink from me, I mean from you...


I know what you are thinking, how could it be possible that I’m doing the deed then more married couples out there, but I don’t mean it like that, I mean more intimacy with more people. We get to have multiple choice in our intimate lives. If you asked me if I enjoyed being a mermaid when I was younger I would of said yes but not as much as I enjoy it in my 20’s. If you know then you know. Ultimately we get to figure what we like and what we don’t like in our personal lives, and that’s something people in relationships dont get the luxury of exploring.

One last thing, this article and no article at that will work for you if you are missing one key ingredient to loving your single life. That is positivity, without a positive mindset how can you ever love your single life. I once heard a Guru say every thought is like a drop of water, it eventually forms a pond and then an ocean. Do you want your mind to be an ocean of positivity or negativity? The choice is yours.

Be Positive


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