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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2018: A Year of Boldness

“The true courage is facing danger when you are afraid.” – L. Frank Baum

On January 7th of this year, I turned 26 years old. Two days later, I got laid off from my job.

Not a great birthday present. Definitely not a great start to 2018.

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Story Time: Our Favorite Solo Ventures

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Traveling and fighting: Two prime activities for singles.

When you’re unattached, you have plenty of freedom to decide how you’ll be spending your spare time. Take advantage of this freedom!

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On Mondays We Do Podcasts

There comes a time in many a blog’s life when the written word is no longer sufficient and must be supplemented by faceless dialogue and the occasional burst of awkward laughter. That day is today.

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Megan McFarland: Seizing Every Single Day

It takes two to tango, but you don’t need a partner to dance with cocoa puffs.

Earlier this week, I had a phone call with a 28-year-old traveling, blogging, adventure-loving lady who is determined to make her life as rich with new experiences as possible. Having been in four relationships thus far (the last of which was three years ago), she has since been focused on figuring out what she wants for herself before bringing someone else into the picture.

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Alone, Not Lonely

Party of one?

It might be the rebel in me–along with a hefty dose of introversion–but I get a certain satisfaction from doing things without company. These lone ventures have ranged from minor feats (seeing a movie alone, attending a concert by myself) to grander excursions (taking a solo trip throughout Italy for two months). It’s freeing, not having to depend on others’ availability in order to do the things that I want to do.

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