Latest Happily Single Posts!
Wonder & Sundry is written by a Happily Single person, and this is an overarching theme here. However, these posts and topics are specifically related to the Happily Single life.
Explore Happily Single
What is Happily Single? It’s celebrating the life we have and the richness of it, no matter what our relationship status may be. We live whole and full lives, right now, not waiting in a holding pattern for “real life” to begin. We honor our choices. We love our company. We travel the world. And we cook damn fine dinners, just for ourselves.
Explore Happily Single below!
Happily Single Starts Here
Love Your Own Company
Solo Travel and Solo Female Travel
Every Destinations post contains solo and solo female travel information, but these posts focus on it specifically.
Cooking for One
Recipes on Wonder & Sundry emphasize small-batch cooking, but these are specifically designed for cooking for one (sometimes with a leftover portion).
Happily Single Resources
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A Profile of Single Americans, Pew Research Center
The Number of Unmarried Americans Continues to Grow, Latest Census Report Shows, Unmarried.org
Childfree & Reproductive Freedom
30 Childfree People Who Face Double Standards At Work Open Up About How Unfair It Is, Bored Panda
Childfree Community Resources, My So-Called Selfish Life
What’s Missing from Alito’s Decision to Revoke the Right to Abortion, New Yorker
Whether You’re ‘Childless’ or ‘Childfree’, You Shouldn’t Have to Talk About It, Guardian
The Escalating Costs of Being Single in America, Vox
The Hidden Costs of Living Alone, Atlantic
10 Reasons Why Living Alone Can Be Good For You, We Are Solo Living
‘All the Single Ladies,’ by Rebecca Traister, NYT
The Art of Being Happily Single, Tiny Buddha
The Profound Rewards of Staying Single, Psychology Today
Unmarried, Happily Ever After, NYT
What Does Marriage Ask Us to Give Up? NYT
Why Are increasing Numbers of Women Choosing to Be Single? Guardian