An inspirational toolkit for solo living - full of sound, practical advice, warmth and humour.Whether you view living alone as the ultimate compromise or the ultimate luxury, it presents daily challenges, such as cooking for one, organising holidays, juggling finances, and avoiding the siren call of wine, Ugg boots and Netflix. And there are the less tangible tests, like nailing the octopus of loneliness to the wall, and holding your head high in a society where solo living is viewed (consciously or not) as the runner-up prize. Author Jane Mathews believes that to be truly content living alone, it pays to examine every aspect of your life-relationships, health, home, finances, interests and spirituality-and then take action. No matter what your unique situation, there's something here for you. Jane provides the map and you choose the route to a more joyful, contented life....
|Title||:||The Art of Living Alone and Loving It|
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The Art of Living Alone and Loving It Reviews
Decent enough book but very much aimed at those who haven’t chosen to be alone rather than those who are happily so and are okay with the slings and arrows (ie: the irrational annoyance at travel premiums for singles; if it’s such a hassle, travel with other solo friends to avoid it like my Mum, otherwise calm down).
I will admit to getting some great recommendations for further reading though I’m dubious on some of the research (Beatrix Potter never lived alone and married in her forties and I’m ...more