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Being single can have its ups and downs. Sure, it’s fun to go on a variety of dates with all different types of people, but it can also be frustrating when you can’t find the one you’re looking for.
Our 10 Best Single Dating Blogs know what you’re going through and share their hilarious and awkward single stories with daters like you every day. Check them out!
Bragging Rights: Observe. Compare. Deduce.
Moxie at “And That’s Why You’re Single” encourages daters to use common sense and critical thinking in their dating lives, and she isn’t here to sugar coat the issues. Instead, Moxie wants to challenge you to get out of your own way and find the relationship you deserve. Her content covers every single dating topic, including online dating, exclusivity, the hookup culture and social media.
Social Clout: 7,703+ followers
Bragging Rights: So many singles under one roof
Singles Warehouse isn’t just a dating site. It’s also a dating site with expert advice for every type of single facing the challenges of dating. It doesn’t matter if you’re a lonely single, a happy single, a slutty single, a shy single or any other single because Single Warehouse has something for everyone. The site consists of a compilation of the best dating bloggers, so you’re sure to get tips catered to you.
Social Clout: 17,621+ followers, 4,468+ likes
Bragging Rights: Dating bloggy style
Using a play off the character Carrie Bradshaw from “Sex and the City,” Carrie Blogshaw is a 30-something, SATC-loving single living in New York. Blogshaw uses her site to dish on all the complexities of dating, sex, relationships and understanding each other. Don’t forget to check out her thought and quote of the day to get the most out of her snarky and sharp personality.
Social Clout: 1,275+ followers
Bragging Rights: Dating the zeros so you don’t have to
Created by Claudia Maittlen-Harris and Megan Gray, The Zeros Before the One is a site dedicated to sharing the uncomfortable and cringe-inducing dates that we all have to endure before finding the right one. With helpful articles, insightful reader questions, a fabulous book and a “field guide” to dating the zeros, daters can’t go wrong when perusing this site.
Social Clout: 3,260+ followers, 111+ likes
Bragging Rights: It’s a big dating world out there
Simone Grant is a writer and social media consultant from New York City who admits she’s not a big fan of labels. She started her blog in the summer of 2008 not as a way to become a dating or a relationship expert, but as an outlet to share her creativity and experiences with others. Simone tells the stories daters want to hear- stories that reveal the reality of dating and relationships.
Social Clout: 6,468+ followers, 1,334+ likes
Bragging Rights: Extensive experience
Melissa is a native New Yorker, media professional and a single dating blogger. Her blog, which she started five years ago, focuses on her love affair with New York City and her search to find lasting love. Her diverse background includes newspaper writing, TV news reporting and public relations. Melissa has been featured in media outlets like The Wall Street Journal, MSN.com and the Dr. Oz Show.
Social Clout: 5,246+ followers, 221+ likes
Bragging Rights: Reality is more interesting than fiction
Boston and the Single Girl is a blog that tells the true stories of the good, the bad and the ugly that’s comes with leading a single life in one of the largest cities in the country. This single dating blogger has also seemed to have found her happily ever after, but that doesn’t stop her from keeping things real. Her stories are so entertaining that you would think you were reading the latest romance novel.
Social Clout: 1,117+ followers
Bragging Rights: For those “still single” girls
Do you hate hearing your friends and family ask if you’re “still single”? Well, so is Joanna, a38-year-old single woman who started SingleSassy.com. Have you tried speed dating, online dating, blind dating or just picking up men in bars? Joanna has and she knows there is a diamond in the rough out there worth looking for. Are you going to start looking?
Social Clout: 626+ followers, 77+ likes
Bragging Rights: Being single doesn’t define you
Victoria, who created Advice from a Single Girl in 2006, doesn’t let her relationship status determine who she is. She loves sharing the details of her life with readers like you, and while she currently got out of a relationship, she still has a lot to say about being a single dater. Her advice is charmingly random but focused and relatable. Victoria may have found her happily ever after, and so will you.
Bragging Rights: Sex. Love. Smiling. Crying. Laughing.
Thirty-Something Single is an account of one Cleveland woman’s mishaps, triumphs, failures and successes in dating once you turn 30. She’s brutally honest and doesn’t mind giving readers the juicy details of her dating and sex life. As long as she’s single, she might as well make the most of it, right? Her stories may be strange, but she has no regrets while exploring heartache and love.
Social Clout: 343+ followers
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