Solo Stories

Neither Buying Nor Renting: The Clachan Co-Housing Project

Living alone since 1996 and after 25 years of marriage, Irene is in the process of transitioning to living in a multi-generation co-housing community. She has two sons, will next year turn 70 and now seems like the right time to make big changes in...

Adjusting To Living Alone After A Breakup

Living alone after a breakup may be the tonic you need to get you back on your own feet, start feeling better and mending your broken heart. Regardless of how long a relationship, when one comes to an end it can be a very difficult time, especially...

The Unexpected Joy Of Being Single: What To Expect From The Book

Do you secretly freak out at your single status? Well, maybe The Unexpected Joy of Being Single is a book for you. We find out what to expect and learn about the author Catherine Gray in a podcast from The One You Feed. You’ll find the podcast...

10 Reasons Why Living Alone Can Be Good For You

For the uninitiated, it can take some getting used to but living alone can be one of the most liberating experiences life has to offer. If you’re living solo for the first time, or you are seasoned in living alone and in need of a confidence boost;...

Going Solo After Divorce: Part 3, Relationships Change

This is the third in a series of articles from Kathy about going solo after divorce. Click here to read her first and second articles or see the links at the end of this post. We all need people. Even the most introvert amongst us, if we are honest...

Going Solo After Divorce: Part 2, Managing Change

In the second of Kathy’s articles, she poignantly tells us how she managed change in her life and now lives solo after a complicated divorce. Wayne Dyer suggests that “if you change the way you look at things, the things you look at, change.”...

Going Solo After Divorce: Part 1, Kathy’s Story

A quick google search on the subject provides a brief insight into what I might expect going solo following my divorce. ’Divorced and terrified’, ‘coping alone’, ‘getting yourself back out there…’ was pretty much what I found. Not very encouraging...

Does Going To The Pub Count As A Hobby?

Back in the day when the eighties was all about Red Wedge, Reaganomics and Red Tab 501s rather than the retro movement it has become today, pubs were less of a hobby and more of an educational institution. Halcyon days of student grants and being...

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