3 Things to do to Make Being Single on New Year’s Eve NOT Suck

3 Things to do to Make Being Single on New Year’s Eve NOT Suck

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Being single on New Year’s Eve should be like being single any other day of the year, except it’s not. It’s one of those holidays that can leave a single girl ready to put a hit out on Cupid. It’s a night we’re reminded that our plus one is MIA, and if you’re me he’s been missing for years now.

This isn’t to say there haven’t been prospects, of course there’s been plenty of those, but it goes like this: You’re not into him, he’s not into you, and if you’re  twiddling your thumbs with one guy waiting for another one to get it together, well it’s basically the vicious cycle of singledom we’ve all come to know and accept.

I’m here however to tell you like many others have and will, that being single on NYE doesn’t have to suck! You just need to do a “follow my lead” and I can guarantee you a night full of fun on your own terms. You see part of the problem is that we want what other people have, or at least what we think they have, and that blinds us from seeing what’s right in front of us..

 Step 1: Put Your Game-face On

This is what I like to call decision making time. You’ve got two choices:

  1. Go out
  2. Stay in

Here’s the thing, this is a win-win. Why? Because you’re choosing to do whatever the hell you want, and that is ALWAYS a win! If you choose to go out I recommend finding the best party (which involves open bar and a taxi), buying a new dress (the sparklier the better) and if you’ve got to fly solo then by all means spread them wings butterfly! I’ve had some of the best times going out alone. It’s not as scary and shameful as some might leave you thinking, and in my humble opinion the best place a single girl can find herself is sitting at a bar alone. The odds of getting hit on are forever in your favor and even if you aren’t staring at McDreamy you never know who’s looking at you!

On the flip side you can choose to stay in and it’s up to you if that means solo, with friends or with all the neighbourhood cats. There is no shame in doing whatever the hell you want!

 Step 2: Buy Yourself Something Pretty

So, now that you’ve decided what you’re doing it’s time to decide what to wear. Now the cliché but appropriate suggestion, if you’re planning on dancing the night away is a dress. I did make mention of something sparkly already, but why not treat yourself to a new matching bra and panty set? I feel my most accomplished when mine match. Throw in a coordinating mani/pedi and I’m ready to take on the world! Which is why it’s my duty to suggest the same for you.

If you’re planning on not venturing out please don’t feel like you too can’t treat yourself to some new skivvies. Picture a brand new luxurious robe over a new pair of your favorite style panty and bra. Did I forget to mention this is the perfect opportunity to try something new?! Just because you’re home alone now doesn’t mean you will be forever, so a little practice strutting your stuff never hurt anybody.

 Step 3: Toast To the Single Life

When the countdown starts no matter where you are or who you’re around take a second and envision all the good things you want! They’re all yours for the taking and if that just so happens to mean a man then put yourself out there and go get him. Men are everywhere and if you need to inject some new ones into your life all you need to do is make some minor tweaks. Take a new way home, opt for the gym near work instead of home or attend an after work happy hour.

There was a time whenever I left the house I’d say, “Today could be the day you meet Mr. Right.” Now I’ve yet to see that day, but once you’re able to drop the deadlines and vision you have for how, when and where, you’re going to meet the one, you just might meet him!

Good luck ladies!

Article by V.V. Browne
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3 thoughts on “3 Things to do to Make Being Single on New Year’s Eve NOT Suck

  1. peter

    I’m single and been looking for ages for a girlfriend to take me as i am. The problem with girls is that they don’t like taking the risk. There are genuine boys out there looking for friendship,we are not all sex mad as most girls think.
    lastly, how good are dating sites? If they charge to send a girl a message then it a con. Dating should be free. No ifs no buts.

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Peter, general consensus is, ‘you pay peanuts you get monkeys’. So if you are looking at free dating websites as an option, then you will spend a lot of time dealing with the monkeys!
      If you want to get away from the time wasters I would suggest setting a budget for your dating. If you are serious about finding someone for a long term relationship, ask yourself how serious you really are if you are not willing to pay to get away from the time wasters and increase your chances of finding someone.
      Good luck in your search 🙂

  2. Vanessa

    Hey Peter!

    I don’t think it’s the risk that women aren’t willing to take on you. I’m gonna tell you a secret: women are very intune to their emotions! Which means how you make us feel plays a big part in us liking you.

    If you’re going to use dating sites that don’t charge then you’re going to have to get used to weeding through the unappealing ladies and be prepared to be found unappealing. I would recommend taking another look at the photos you’re using and how you’ve answered the questions. You want to be your most attractive self when it comes to both but not in a way that is overwhelming.

    You should also look my friend up! He’s a dating coach/author/helping nice guys find love. He’ll be able to give you tips and advice that I just can’t because I’m not a guy. Here’s his site: niceguydatingcoach.com

    Best of luck!

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