7 Things to Do While You're Still Single

Friday, February 03, 2017
7 Things to Do While You're Still Single

Being part of a couple is great, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be happy if you are still single. Instead of desperately waiting for the right one to come along, here is a guide to make the most of your single status before you’re finally in a relationship.


Fly Solo

Being single means you will never have to make plans for two; there's no compromising or sacrificing. Be daring while you can because the world is your oyster. Book a trip to a place you have always wanted to visit, travel alone, and enjoy your freedom.


More ‘Me’ Time

When you’re unattached, you have no reason to sit around doing nothing. Use your single status to pursue your interests; you have more time for doing the activities you love and no one can stop you! Take this opportunity to become healthier by joining the gym and be at your peak physical condition.


Enjoy Peace of Mind

Being single means peace and quiet! No emotional storms, no fights, no nagging, no dealing with another person’s mood swings, and no irritating habits to tolerate. You can enjoy serenity without a care in the world.


More Time with Friends

Being single offers the advantage of spending more time with your friends. You can hang out with your single friends, enjoy quality time with them, and occasionally do crazy things like get drunk or visit a strip club. You can be spontaneous and do whatever you want.


Focus on your Career

In the absence of a relationship, you’ll have much more time to devote to your work. Enjoy the opportunity of building your career and climbing the corporate ladder without relationship distractions that suck all your energy. You can even work over time and on the weekends - whatever it takes to be successful.


Save Money

When you are single, you can control your budget more and have full financial freedom, without having to worry about paying for fancy dinners or buying presents. You might spend money, but at least you are the master of every single dollar you spend and aren't financially obligated to anyone but yourself.


Take the Time to Find the Right One

By holding out for Mrs. or Mr. Right, you can be sure to marry for love, not for desperation. Being alone is a great opportunity to learn about yourself, to discover what makes you happy, and to figure out what you really need from a relationship.


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