Reflections from one single woman
Embrace the freedom that this phase offers you
Sometimes a little distraction from the real world is a good thing.
Trust me, you are not alone.
The holidays call for an extra dose of heroes and heroines.
These people make dating fun, make life an adventure, and never give up on you.
Pre-marriage counseling is great, but what comes before that could be even better.
Beat those love crazed fools to the punch with a few tricks from a longtime single pro.
Married or single, this new way of thinking can set you free from harmful ‘I'll be happy when . . .’ thinking.
We should embrace single life the same way we embrace travel.
Forget what you’ve heard on TV about what men want—these guys share what’s really on their minds.
Stuck in a dating rut? These New Year’s resolutions can help.
Singleness is not a disease waiting for a cure.
Singlehood can be a story worthy of a Jane Austen novel, too.
The woman behind the viral #JanSportDate on embracing aloneness
Life doesn’t begin when you get married.
I have an idea that just might change our dire dating scene (and improve life for married couples, too).
Your friends (and your own health) will thank you!
These bucket list items will help you appreciate the most fulfilling aspects of this exciting phase of your life.