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|Hayley Matthews • 2/11/15|
Single and successful? Single and self-loathing? Single and seeking guidance on the subject? Look no further.
We’ve scanned the blogosphere for single-savvy experts and brought you single life advice on a witty, insightful, humorously familiar platter.
Here’s the eight best singles blogs of 2015:
Christan Marashio has devoted more than 10 years to helping thousands of individuals create and sustain happy relationships, resulting in happier lives. Delving deeper than the face-value of actions and written words, she helps her followers grasp their true underlying intentions and motivators. She created And That’s Why You’re Single to serve as an open forum for discussion for those willing to honestly seek and share advice on dating.
Social Clout: 10,300+ Twitter followers; 320+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @ATWYSingle
Singles Warehouse came on the dating scene as a resource for singles who are “sick of being single.” This panel of experts brings you the best of sexual sass, emotions gone wrong and tales of dating debauchery. With blog contributors including doctors and award-winning talent, it’s no wonder these #SWEXPERTS have exploded into one of the most popular dating resources online.
Social Clout: 39,160+ Facebook likes; 18,600+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @Singlewarehouse
Author, blogger and world-renown guest speaker, Mandy Hale challenges single women everywhere to live a single life worth living and to settle for nothing and no one. She’s been coined a “Twitter Powerhouse” by the Huffington Post and a “Woman of Influence” by the Nashville Business Journal. The Single Woman is a smart, straightforward and sensational source for single living inspiration.
Social Clout: 849,870+ Facebook likes; 596,000+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @TheSingleWoman
Single Girl Blogging is THE source for snark, sarcasm and single-savvy advice. Her hilarious, uncensored, blunt commentary on single living is one definitely worth following. The musings of this “single girlie” have been featured on BuzzFeed, YourTango and Elite Daily. As long as you can handle some dry wit and somewhat random anecdotes, you’re in for a good laugh and a new appreciation for your relationship-less status.
Social Clout: 8,135+ Twitter followers; 260+ Facebook likes
Twitter Handle: @singlegirlie
This Single Life invites singles and committed romancers alike to debate and discuss the many dynamics of dating. Listed as one of Austin’s Top 5 Dating and Relationship bloggers, the author is known to “over-share” at her own expense, and you’ll enjoy every sentence of it. Catch up on her latest conversations, or simulate a live chat with the self-titled “seriously single (and bitter) girl” herself by checking out one of her voice posts. Either way, you won’t be disappointed.
Social Clout: 965+ Twitter followers
Twitter Handle: @OhHeyAnj
Attacking singledom from a new angle, this blog doesn’t offer combat strategies to survive single struggles, nor does it console those mourning their single status. Single With Attitude is all about being single and being more than OK with it. Not every blogger is armed with “attitude,” and not all of the blog’s followers are single. The common attraction is an enlightened enthusiasm for embracing the single life, rather than stigmatizing it.
Social Clout: 60+ Facebook likes
Melissa Braverman is a lover of the written word and life in the Big Apple. Her premiere blogging endeavor, Single Gal In The City, designated her as a leading lady in the dating and relationship advice industry. She’s since been quoted in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Post, among other noteworthy publications. Her more recent “love letter to her hometown,” New York City Gal is a must-read for single women everywhere.
The Single Girl Survival Guide was brought to readers not by an expert, but by someone new to the single game and in need of her girlfriends. For days when a good girl talk and some cookie dough is the only cure, and for dates that simply must be documented for the hilarious humiliation of it all, turn to the most massive girlfriend support group out there. If you’re single, or if you’ve caught the guy but still need your girls, The Single Girl Survival Guide is the ultimate female support group.
It doesn’t matter if you’re single and searching, soon-to-be single or a single individual somewhere in between — you can count on the wisdom of these masters to guide you through the ups and downs of relationships (or lack thereof).
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