A Single Girl’s Guide to Moving Far From Home

Just a few things you should expect when you’re making a move alone.

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Yesterday marked one full week that I uprooted myself from Pennsylvania and became a Colorado transplant. This has been me every day of that week:

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Man of the Hour: Jon Mercer, Doylestown Entrepreneur

It’s time we hear a guy’s perspective on singleness.

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New year, new podcast episode! And this time, we’re sitting down to chat with our very first male interviewee to hear his views on the single life.

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Single All the Way: The Highs and Lows of the Holidays

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Is it even Christmas without Hallmark movies? (Answer: Yes. Stop making them.)

I love the holiday season: the music, the festive decorations, the gift exchanges–pretty much everything. And, despite the fact that this will be my 26th consecutive Christmas as a single, I’m just as excited for it as ever.

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Under Pressure

Sinus pressure, that is.

I’m sick. Symptoms may have been exacerbated by the other day’s nearly hour-long trudge through snow and sleet, but that’s purely speculation. Regardless, since my body has decided to be an incubus of viral plague (slow clap for The Devil Wears Prada), I’m taking advantage of this down time to write.

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Why Can’t We Be Friends?

…and only friends?

Some people spend the bulk of their lives hopping from relationship to relationship. I, on the other hand, have spent the last two and half decades dodging them…and they’ve presented themselves in a variety of forms.

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