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Enjoy single life to the fullest

Being single is not a status rather it’s a word that describes a person who is tough enough to live and enjoy life without depending on others

Being single is amazing. Being single is, simply a great experience. Not only does it allow you to have a little fun, but it can be a great way to date the most special person in your life. Don’t go searching for love just yet rather it will come along, and when it does, you’ll be ready for it. Although we are forced to dream about the benefits of a relationship, there are so many perks of the single life which are often underrated and overlooked.

Spend time with your loved ones

Relationships come and go, but friends and family are often around for much longer. You being single is a chance to spend quality time with those in your life who matter the most. You don’t want to look back and regret not having spent enough time with them.

Work more play more

Live it up now when you have the time and energy to do so. Don’t let anything stop you from managing everything head-on, whether that’s in school, at work, or in play. Start now!

Do self-reflection

Are you content with what you did today? Is there room for enhancement? Don’t criticize, but remember to take the time to think about yourself and your life. This is an opportunity to get to know yourself and really connect with your values and thoughts. Use this chance to evaluate these. Later, you’ll need this information when new love interests enter your life.

Enjoy your freedom

You can do whatever you want, so find out what your passion is and follow it! Utilize this time and make it count. No matter how big or how small the opportunity is, commit to saying yes whenever you can. It will open up more avenues than you think!

Travel a lot

This does not require a relationship thing. You can go with friends, family, or even a social group or even alone, when safe. There are many amazing experiences to enjoy around the world. However, some people wait to have them until they have a partner to share it with. Those things can change your life and affect you forever. Doing those things alone can feel even more empowering and liberating.

Plan for yourself

All the things you would do or plan for if you would have a partner; you can still do for yourself. You are independent and can make your own decisions without getting permission or needing to check in with anyone. So appreciate saving your money or enjoy spending it on yourself. When it is just you, you are in control of it all without guilt. 

Staying single is not a punishment. It is not something to fear or mourn for. You can learn how to enjoy being single as well as own your independence and learning this is not as hard as it sounds. There is a misconception that being single is the worst thing you can be. Definitely, a relationship can add colours to your life, but that is not the only way to be happy, fulfilled, or successful.

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Fun & unique ways of celebrating Friendships day

One of the most awaited days for teenagers is Friendship Day. Coming 4th August is Friendship day. Here are some fun and unique ideas to celebrate friendship day with your friends and make it a memorable one
Gousiya Teentalkindia Content Writer

Friends are an inseparable and important part of a teenager’s life. And Friendship day is the best way to celebrate this bond together. Friendship Day is the perfect time to show your friends know how much you love and need them. The day calls for celebrations and fun with your closed pals. The best way to celebrate this day is to spend the day in a way your friends and you enjoy the most. However, if you want to be creative and do something fun and unique to make this day memorable, here are some celebration ideas for Friendship Day. So go on and have a fun and fabulous Friendship Day celebration!

Sleepover party

Call all your friends at home for a sleepover party. Don’t forget to stock some soft drinks, chips, popcorns, burgers, pizzas, etc for the night. Start planning for a movie marathon from the day itself and ask everyone to make their suggestions. Every group has a signature song or two, play it to the top and groove with your friends.

No-tech party

You can organize a simple party for your pals at your home. Invite them and prepare a special menu for them. You can have various indoor and outdoor games organized as well. Just a little tweak here would be, the moment your friends come to your party, they will have to surrender their phone to you. A party without any intervention from gadgets and technology would be a memorable one. Also, ensure that all the devices that are surrendered to you are kept in a safe place and you return to them safely.

Rediscover your ‘Adda’

Most strong friendships have their foundations in schools or colleges. Visit the place where you and your friends used to spend time together in school or college and recollect old memories.

Outdoor fun

You can plan a camping trip, treks or any other adventurous activity that you and your friends enjoy. Or you can attend any other activity that is happening in your town with your friends.

Road trip

Nothing is better than having your pals with you on a serene long drive. Make sure you have sufficient fuel, tools, and a spare tyre. You can play your favourite songs, stop at multiple places to take food breaks and selfies and additionally, you can visit a friend who lives away from you all.

If you and your friends have a unique way of celebrating Friendship Day, then comment below and let the world know.


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