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Dear Quirkyalone: Why am I less remarkable to sober people?

“Dear Quirkyalone: Advice for QuirkyLiving” is a weekly guest column by the authors of the brilliant blog Onely. It appears every Monday. When you’re making up your own road map for (quirky)living, you need thoughtful advice. We’re here for you.

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Posted in Dating, Friendship, Personal Growth

Multitasking Dementia

I had no memory of where I parked my car. Why? While I was parking the car, a friend called. Against my better judgment I took the call. I wanted to talk to him, and I found myself so engrossed

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Posted in Personal Growth, Technology + Modern Life

Dear QuirkyAlone: How do I make new friends?

“Dear Quirkyalone: Advice for QuirkyLiving” is a weekly guest column by the authors of the brilliant blog Onely. It appears every Monday. When you’re making up your own road map for (quirky)living, you need thoughtful advice. We’re here for you.

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Posted in Friendship, Personal Growth, Single Life

Dear Quirkyalone: Advice for Quirkyliving

“Dear Quirkyalone: Advice for QuirkyLiving” is a weekly guest column by the authors of the brilliant blog Onely. It debuts today and will appear every Monday. When you’re making up your own road map for (quirky)living, you need thoughtful advice.

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Posted in Books + Movies, Personal Growth, Politics, Single Life

Find Your Life Purpose in Five Easy Steps

1. Meet a friend at a café. Bring post-it notes. 2. Give your friend and yourself five post-it notes each. Tell your friend to write down the five most important things in his or her life, right now, at this

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Posted in Personal Growth, Solitude

Warning: This post about a little-known scholarship for single parents may make you cry

Every so often, something random and serendipitous happens that lifts my heart and makes me feel more hopeful about humanity. A few weeks ago, I was reading the corporate bios describing the founding team of the company where I work

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Posted in Parenting, Personal Growth

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What’s a quirkyalone?

A quirkyalone is a person who enjoys being single (or spending time alone) and so prefers to wait for the right person to come along rather than dating indiscriminately. Quirkyalones prefer to be single rather than settle.
Quirkyalones can also be married or in a committed relationship (quirkytogether). You can be a man or a woman, any age.
Quirkyalone is ultimately a philosophy about finding happiness within yourself whether you’re single or in a relationship.

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