Singletude: A Positive Blog for Singles

Singletude is a positive, supportive singles blog about life choices for the new single majority. It's about dating and relationships, yes, but it's also about the other 90% of your life--family, friends, career, hobbies--and flying solo and sane in this crazy, coupled world. Singletude isn't about denying loneliness. It's about realizing that whether you're single by choice or by circumstance, this single life is your life to live.

Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Singletude on Vacation Until 1/7/09

If you've been checking your inbox in vain for a new installment of Singletude, that would be because I've been shuttling back and forth between friends and loved ones for the holiday season. Tomorrow I'll be off to the beautiful blue Caribbean to get eaten by sharks--err, to bathe in the crystalline waters concealing one of the world's most famous coral reefs. ;)

I hope that you all have something special planned for this New Year's Eve, whether celebrating with a date, friends, or family. Most of all, I hope you bring your infectious 'tude--singletude, that is--when the clock strikes midnight and carry it with you throughout the new year.

I'll be back on January 7, so look for new blog entries in the days that follow, including our very first Singletude interview! See you in '09!

Do you have a question for Clever Elsie about some aspect of the single life? Have a rant or rave about singlehood? Write in, and you just might see your question in a Singletude Q&A or your rant or rave in a Singletude Sound-off!


Anonymous said...

Which reef? I always want snorkelling/scuba recommendations. --CC

Thess said...

What a lucky shark, if ever....enjoy girl!

Clever Elsie said...

CC: I ended up snorkeling off the coast of the Yucatan, near Tulum, where we were staying. At the time of writing, I had thought there might be a day trip to Cozumel, but there wasn't an opportunity for that. This was my first time at a coral reef, and I saw some fish sporting colors of the rainbow I barely knew existed! However, I hear there is even more variety and delight for the eyes at Cozumel. I would say there's always next time, but considering the rate at which our precious reefs are dying, I can only hope there will be one!

Thess: Ha ha! :D I guess his luck ran out this time!...Thank you, and I sure did! :)