How to Enjoy Life to It’s Fullest Even When You Are Single

Akash Kushwaha
2 min readMay 22, 2021


Does “single and happy” sound like an oxymoron to you? Do you tend to keep postponing things for the period after marriage? Do you believe that joy and happiness can be felt only if you have that “special someone” to share them with? or how to accept being single for your life?

If your answer is ‘Yes’ to any of the above, just read through the following tips and see how you can tackle these issues. It doesn’t matter you are in your 20s, 30s or in any number for sake.

Seek fulfillment as a single person

Focus on enjoying every moment of life and on those things that make you truly happy. Don’t miss out on the beauty of life in anticipation of your future partner. You are likely to miss the rich experiences in life if you focus only on marriage, home, children, etc. For instance, consider a biker who has a target for the day. He/she would concentrate only on reaching his destination, but in the process would miss the joys offered of nature along the path.

Don’t postpone important decisions just because you still haven’t found that special person

If you plan to build your own house, start taking the necessary steps for it right now. True, it may be smaller because you are going to be the only person staying there. Also, the things you need for this place would certainly vary from those required for a family. But, do remember that this house is a good investment for the long term.

If you want to try a different career path or pursue higher studies, the best time is the present. Of course, this will require some changes in your current life pattern. But, don’t delay things that you want to do until you are settled in a relationship. Thus, don’t let the fact that you are single deter you from taking such important decisions in life.

Indulge yourself

Don’t deprive yourself of certain things just because you are single. Give yourself treats regularly. Don’t wait for that someone special to enter your life to start enjoying life.

Start planning and stop making excuses

Don’t keep coming up with excuses. Just because you don’t have a person to share life with, it does not mean your job should be your only focus in life. Do take time out to pursue your hobbies and other interests and spend time with your loved ones. Make sure you get sufficient time to relax and rejuvenate each day.

Start enjoying life. Look around and see the varied hues of life. Learn to absorb the immense joy and happiness that the world offers to a person irrespective of his/her relationship status. You are bound to feel positive at the end of each day.



Akash Kushwaha

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