Being single is nothing to be afraid of. But despite the fact that single people make up more of the population than married ones, many misconceptions still surround the idea of flying solo. Being single means you can have the person you want long, meaningful conversations with, one you dance with, one you do the foodie thing with, one you travel with.
Meeting new people becomes a bit of challenge once you hit a certain age. However, one of the benefits of this getaway is that you are inadvertently expanding your social network. And even if you don’t meet the man or woman of your dreams, you could end up making a new best friend.
Single individuals are more sociable than married ones, and they are more likely to keep in touch with and offer help to friends and family. With so many fruitful friendships, who needs a romantic relationship anyway? And if you want to make even more connections, then this getaway is for you.
When you are single, you have the greatest flexibility to create your happiness. You have to construct your life to promote your happiness, and the trick is helping people understand that your relationship status doesn’t really determine your happiness.
Plenty of other people are single too.