One of the first chapters of my book, The Spinsterlicious Life: 20 Life Lessons for Living Happily Single and Childfree is about my belief in the importance for spinsters to maintain a sense of adventure. We are unencumbered and free from many of the responsibilities that wives and mothers have, and we should take advantage of it. There's nobody to tell us what to do...or not do.
Part of being Spinsterlicious means we don't have to live a routine life. In most cases, our time and money are our own and we can spend them however we want. We are free to try something different, change it up, have some fun...all without worrying about the impact it will have on our non-existent husband and kids.
Earlier this year, I found myself sharing this advice with a single friend of mine. She had the misfortune of losing her job and her lying boyfriend in the same week. She didn't know what to do with herself. While she saw this as a double whammy of bad luck, I saw it as a fantastic opportunity. An opportunity to indulge in a little adventure. Read more: http://eleanorewells.com/single-adventure-is-yours/
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