Contrary to popular belief, life as a singleton can actually be quite hectic. Chances are, you are a caregiver for an elderly relative or even part of a family carpool. Meanwhile, you are balancing your career and life goals.
Unlike your married and relationship entrenched peers, you have little or no help with these duties.
Instead of shirking these responsibilities, you decide to embrace them wholeheartedly. Yet, this does not leave you a ton of time for dating. In fact, the thought of dating someone makes you let out a sigh of exhaustion. You cannot imagine adding one more thing to the roster of items which you are required to perform in order to keep things spinning in your world.
But, I would like to take this time to challenge you on your "no time/no desire" for a relationship.
If you did not have all of these many family or career obligations, would you still feel the sense of dread at putting yourself into the dating pool?
I know that sometimes it is just easier to hang out with friends and family then to even ponder sitting across the table from someone and attempting to make small talk.
Tune into today for the Bougie Girl Life podcast entitled: "Creating Space For A Relationship".