Week 1 Call to Action

I live the single life with joy!

I’m free to enjoy rich, meaningful relationships without the pressures of a long-term commitment. Instead, I immerse myself in the moment, thoroughly participating in every relationship without fear or worry about the future.

My happiness depends on the decisions I make in every area of my life and I stay away from overemphasizing the romantic part of my life. I’m a success in my career, friendships, and many other areas. I choose to be single because that is what is best for me at this time.

A wonderful marriage and healthy relationship may be part of my destiny, but for now, I am happy where I am. I am content to live as a single person – free to enjoy all that life has to offer me.

When I come home at night, my house is exactly in the same condition as I left it. I absolutely adore the privacy of being single!

I can come and go as I please. I am able to go out on a whim with friends for a few drinks or even an impromptu weekend in Vegas! Sure, people that are married can likely do the same things, but they must consider the needs and feelings of others before they do. I live a life free from these constraints.

I command my own life and make my own decisions. I am a self-sufficient adult with confidence, energy, and a zest for life. I embrace my freedom and the ability to choose my own path.

Today, I value the beauty of my life. My life is 100% mine because I am able to live by my own rules and values!

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. What are the great things I can embrace about being single?

2. How can I maximize the excitement in my life?

3. How can I satisfy my need for companionship and close friendships by meeting others with similar interests?

Published by Stephanie Poling

I am a "lone mother", educator, divorcee, dealing with lone parenting during a pandemic. I just resigned from my full-time teaching position after thirteen years in the classroom. I embrace the lifestyles of minimalism and frugality and am looking forward to moving back to small-town America. Self-care has taken a back burner to all things important to me right now and I am on a 365-day journey of self-discovery. My podcast Smart Single and Unscripted launched recently and I am working on providing the best information I can through my experience with a trauma-filled 2020 to offer hope to single women who are barely hanging on.

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