Benefits of Being Single

Some people prefer to stay single because of the advantages they are getting. But good things have disadvantages too. I asked some of my single friends their reasons why they are still single. One of which is the complete freedom to flirt whoever you want and anywhere you want. Because when you’re single, no need for you to feel guilty. After all, you’re totally unattached.

Being single allows you to be more spontaneous in your life. You can make that decision right away without consulting with someone or let that someone decide for you. No one is holding you accountable for your actions. You are in control of the way you spend your time and no need for your partner to know your whereabouts.

Being single gives you control over your money. Yes, it’s true! Why? Because it gives you full financial freedom and you are totally in control of your money. You can buy things for yourself without having to worry that someone will ask you questions why you’re spending money on your purchases.

If you have a good career, your single status lets your focus on your career. You can devote extra time to your work and you don’t have to worry about sacrificing your time and love life. You can make use of your time to impress your boss by delivering projects on time.

All of us have bad habits. So, if you’re single you are giving yourself a favor not to tolerate your partner’s annoying habits. You can now sleep peacefully without hearing your partner snoring or a messy girlfriend who cannot clean the clutters.

Lastly, you have more time for yourself and your family. You’re the boss of your own time. You can decide whom you want to spend your time with. Apart from this, being single means no heartache. Your emotion is stable. It also gives you a chance to know yourself better and assess what you want to accomplish in life.


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Welcome , June 9, 2012