There seems to be this misconception that if you don’t have a significant other you can’t celebrate Valentine’s Day and that Valentine’s Day has to be miserable if you’re single.
Today, we are going to discuss how we can have an AMAZING Valentine’s Day, even if we are single.
My name is Lauren and I’m 23 years old from South Africa. I am currently employed as a banker and financial advisor. I am an avid reader, addicted to Google (I google EVERYTHING), and I am generally a home body. Me time is the best time! What’s your singleness story? I started dating very late compared to my peers. I had my first actual boyfriend at 18 once I finished high school. I was generally very scared to start dating more »
Last year around Valentine’s Day, I surveyed about 50 singles (not married- so single or dating) about how they viewed singleness, the pros and cons of singleness, among other things. And now, it’s time for this year’s singleness survey!! So if you are single (meaning NOT married), I would love it if you could fill out this brief survey. Thank you so much! (If the form below doesn’t work, you can access the singleness survey here.) Loading… Thank you so more »
I asked the married women who are a part of The Peony Project, “If you could give a single Christian sister any advice about her single years, what would it be?” and was blown away by their responses. More than 25 women responded with great tidbits for us. Since so many women responded, I must warn you now. This is not a good post for skimming. However, this is a great post to sit down on the couch to read, more »
My name is Zoie. I just turned 19 on December 22nd!! I am currently a college Freshman at the University of Georgia. My full time job is being a student and some hobbies I have include blogging, doing Holy Yoga, and spending time with my friends and family. What’s your singleness story? I guess I would have to say that my singleness story began in my senior year of high school. Up until that time period, I hadn’t really paid more »