If you’re still single in your millennial, here’s what you should do

If you’re still single in your millennial, here’s what you should do

    Life. So confusing and unpredictable, isn’t it? 

    How many times did you cry yourself to sleep for feeling left out and lonely? You see a Facebook post and wish it were us… If only you could travel back in time cause singlehood sucks. It almost feels like a part of you is missing – where’s my puzzle piece? I think I’ll be single forever. 

    But you don’t have to beat yourself down, even if it means waiting for a rainbow in the midst of storms and thunder. Sometimes you just need a break to figure everything out and meet yourself where you’re at. Just because everyone else is getting married doesn’t mean you should too. 
    Everyone’s path is unique just like Y-O-U. 

    Here is what to do while still being single in your millennial:

    1. Create a vision board

    If you believe in manifestation, it’s time to make a vision board for your dream life honey. It’s time you have a clear mind about what you want and put the law of attraction into practice. It’s time you ask for what is yours in the universe cause you are worth it. You’re magnificent.

    2. Learn a new hobby

    Stop sobbing and save your tears tiny human, it’s never too late to learn something new. The possibilities are endless. Try a new language. A yoga posture. Pick up calligraphy. Start a small garden. Make your own candles. Write. Paint. Knit. Life is happening now.

    3. Spend a weekend in nature

    Just because it’s Friday night doesn’t mean you should get blackout drunk celebrating your freedom. Go outside in nature and let the existential perspective sink in. Get acquainted with plants, birds and species you’re afraid of. Breathe millennial, breathe.

    4. Read 2 books a month

    Stop wasting time swiping left and right on Tinder for hours. What’s in it? Start reading 2 books. 5 books. 9 books. Focus on improving your vocabulary. Your thinking skills. Your concentration. Feed your brain as often as you fill your stomach.

    5. Reconnect with the universe

    Does it take a heartbreak for you to pour out your heart to the universe? How many times have you talked to the moon and the stars? Or are you all about me,me and me all the time? Please do yourself a favor and reconnect with the universe like you would to with an old friend.

    6. Invest in your mental health

    So what if you’re single? You don’t need to sleep all day. Take this opportunity and practice mindfulness. Meditate. Feel. Live. Chill darling, life is good.

    To conclude, the next time you feel like giving up, remember that a season of loneliness is when the caterpillar gets its wings. You, my dear, are more than an atom.

    • Caroline B Caroline B :

      These are such great tips! I'm a big believer in not needing to be in a relationship to feel happy, but totally understand that it's hard to see others around you moving forward in that aspect of life while you aren't. I think these are all great ways to focus on what you need as an individual, and devote your energy towards something positive for yourself. 

      1 week ago 
      • Maria T Maria T :

        Thank you so much for reading! I'm glad these tips were helpful. I totally agree with you that we don't need to be in a relationship to feel happy, we should first learn how to enjoy our own company and the rest will come.

        1 week ago 
    • Epsita M Epsita M :

      Love these tips, Maria! So helpful. It is so important to remember that, we must learn how to enjoy our own company, as nobody else can keep us happy except us. 

      3 days ago 
      • Maria T Maria T :

        Thank you for your comment lovely! I agree with you that as long as we are happy, nothing else matters x

        3 days ago 
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