Go Solo: Having Fun without the Plus One
You’re smart, successful and love going out. The only problem is that you are the last of your friends who is still single – or newly single. If you are like many of today’s solo dwellers, you maybe were once married, but after getting divorced, have learned that times have changed and being single is not the same as it was when you were 20.
You may not want to spend your Friday night clubbing, but I’m sure there are things you’ve been dying to try – but can’t find someone do them with. Tell me — when was the last time you went out to that steak house or restaurant you love by yourself? When did you last book that vacation to Europe or China or Brazil just because you always wanted to go? And how about that coastal cycling tour you’ve always dreamed on going on? When are you going to book that trip?
I know. You’re waiting. But the question is why are you waiting? What is keeping you from doing the things you have always wanted to do? Is it money? Is it time? Or is it because you are afraid of doing these things alone?
I know exactly how you feel because I’ve been there. Believe me, I’m not Wonder Woman. In fact, I’m more like the Invisible Girl. Even my best friends would tell you the same thing. Michelle is an introvert. The only difference between you and me is that I got tired of watching the world from the shadows and dreaming about all the places I wanted to see. I decided it was time to live the life I always wanted to live – beginning right now.
And my book will help you do the same, if you are ready to break out of my comfort zone and go solo!