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.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Announcing the Winner of the Singletude Giveaway Contest

The first Singletude giveaway contest ended today with a random drawing at noon. And the winner is...Lauren of New York, NY! Lauren has already received an email notifying her of her win. For her contest entry, she submitted some awesome questions, several of which Singletude will be addressing soon in the "Q&A."

A great big thank-you to everyone who participated in the contest! If you didn't win this time, don't worry! You'll have lots of opportunities to enter future giveaways.

Thanks also go out to and author Cherie Burbach for donating the prizes.

Check back soon for the "Singles in the News" roundup of media coverage from National Singles Week.

Want to stay current on changes in the world that impact singles? Read the latest news about singles every day! Check out the Singletude newsreader under Singles in the News on the homepage!

Do you have a question for Clever Elsie about some aspect of the single life? Have an unpublished rant or rave about singlehood?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"! Singletude makes every effort to republish submissions in their original form but reserves the right to edit your submission for length and clarity.


April said...

Congrats, Lauren!

Special K said...

You are such a wonderful writer! Thank you so much for your insight into what is important to you. I just moved to Germany and am needing reflection about the life I want to carve out for myself...I guess I would love you to write a post about loneliness and life direction. Why are we lonely when we feel a bit "in between?"

Clever Elsie said...

Special K: Thank you, dear, that's very sweet of you to say.

As exciting as big moves are (and I'm happy to hear you arrived safely and are settling in), they can definitely leave us feeling adrift. I would love to blog about the topic you suggested. Thank you for thinking of it! I haven't been well and am scheduled for surgery tomorrow, but I will file this away as a subject to address as soon as I'm back to blogging again. :)