When I am in a relationship I am always focused on the other person, and what is going on with “us”. Taking time for myself to think about what I want to be doing and ways I can better myself as an individual really doesn’t come into play.
When my last relationship ended, after I got over the crying and inhaling copious amounts of wine and chocolate, I started to think about how to move forward. I started compiling a list of reasons why it was actually more advantageous to be single, rather than being in a relationship, and what do you know – my first book was born: 101 Reasons Why it’s Great to be Single.
Bettering myself as an individual and finding ways to not only be successful, but happy, is just one of those 101 reasons. Turns out being a single lady gives me lots to be grateful for #itsgreattobesingle