7 Fun Hobbies For Single Women

Hobbies For Single Women

There are hobbies you can take up as a woman; working woman, a stay-at-home mom, or as a single parent. Then there are hobbies for single women! The most fun and exclusive of them all! Look at all of your friends who are in a relationship. If you can ignore the sound of the game on their TV, you can hear their cry for help and their desire to be single and enjoy life without someone dragging them down.

The best part of having hobbies as a single woman is that you don’t have to compromise anything! If you decide on something, it’s all yours to follow and take it as far as you like.

Even if it’s some lame hobby where you read books or something, it instantly becomes exciting because of all the possibilities.

It wouldn’t be too easy to be able to read books with friends every Wednesday night, would it? Because he has to “go to work in the morning” and you girls are “making too much noise”!

See? Everything is smoother when you’re single. So go ahead and take a look at the hobbies for single women that are basically undoable for women in relationships.

1. Set up your hobby room.

First things first. As a single woman, you have the luxury to spare a whole room just for your hobby. Even if your hobby doesn’t require a room, you can afford to decorate a special place where you can get creative or store your supplies.

You can even set up and decorate the room to be a nice cozy place where you come to clear your mind. In fact, go ahead and make it a room where you talk about your hobbies. Because you can! Turn it into a yoga studio or a meditation room. Decorate it however you like it.

2. Turn dating into an activity.

If you’re single, you’re probably already going on dates every now and then. Some of them may have real potential. But they’re most likely to be half-ass setups arranged by your “friends”.

If you’re not looking for something serious, take love out of the equation and treat dates as free meals! The idea is not to find the love of your life.

It’s about finding something you want to do but don’t want to pay for. Make the guy take you out to dinner at a rooftop restaurant. Try wine tasting with one guy, and laser tag with the other one. 1 date only!

3. Write a memoir.

People are weird and dates are awkward. If you take a second, you can see right through the person because they’re too vulnerable trying to win you over.

Bring some fun into your dating spree by creating a file for all the lunatics with weird vibes. Go on dates, join in a “buncher” or a “speed-dating event” or whatever the kids call it these days.

Create separate files for your dates. Include a picture, names, and weird stuff that you noticed about them. Make your own black book where you collect people.

And write your memoir of “the reasons why I’m single” and e-publish the thing! Flirt away and find stuff to put in the book!

4. Attend/host events.

You’re single and you can afford to attend events whenever they may be. Don’t stay in your bubble just because you don’t have a date. Make sure you’re checking out events happening in your neighborhood.

And dress up! Because you never know. These types of gatherings offer a great place to meet new people and find someone or socialize and have a great time.

5. Try nude modeling/painting.

There are painting classes where you drink wine, listen to music, and enjoy finger food while drawing a naked male model. This is one of the best hobbies for single women to try as a group.

You can take the classes at certain studios or you can organize them at your own place. Gather all your single female friends and enjoy your new hobby.

Look up “naked sip and paint” for locations! And hey, if you’re interested, you can always try modeling for other people. “Give back” is what I always say.

6. Go on a singles cruise.

There are travel agencies that arrange fun cruises for single people. These cruises also offer entertaining games and activities to help people connect with one another. Some people take it seriously and actually look for a partner.

Others are more into it because of all the group activities where you can drink, laugh, and flirt with no strings attached. Couples cruises are not as much fun as singles cruises because of the, you know, couples.

7. Experiment with home improvement.

Home improvement projects are too much to deal with when you have a partner. They may not agree with your choice of decorating. They may not be willing to spend money.

There are just too many things to decide when you roll your sleeves up for a home improvement project. And things move faster when you’re single and don’t have someone to question your every decision.

You can consider this one a long-term hobby that you can take breaks from and pick up where you left off. Depending on your budget, you can start with simple re-designing.

Or you can try to turn your living area into a more vintage one or a modern one. And hey, you can buy as many plants as you want!

You can always try gardening, dancing, or playing an instrument. If that’s what you’re looking for, check out these hobbies for women in their 30s.

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