As a lady, checkout some things you should do before marriage
I am give this to all my single ladies out there hoping to get engaged some day to that man of their dream. Below are nine interesting but true things you should do first before thinking about it..
Being single may necessarily not be a choice, but to spend that your precious time wisely as an uncommitted 20+ years old lady is. To avoid your hitting your disturbing your head planning how to get a man or being jealous of your friends who has one already, why not take this time and explore valuable lessons that every girl in her 20’s should know to help get you ready when he finally arrives.
Make your own money!
Never let a man push you up and down cause he thinks that you can’t live without them. you so many girls of this century have fallen victim of this only few really understands what it takes to be an in depend, powerful woman. Don’t wait for him to come around and give you money before you’d be able to run your errands.
Try work for your own money, do your thing now and then later compliment to his when the time comes..
Make your own money!
Not Living in the Past
Most ladies fall victim of this. You can never spend your whole single years about thoughts of all the boyfriends you used to have or flowers you used to get on random Tuesday mornings. That very part of your life is over now; the earlier you let it go and accept that, the more prepared you’ll be ready to move on to the next stage in your life.
Altering Your List Might Surprise You
While single, that is the perfect time to re-assess and ask yourself what exactly you really want out of a relationship. Are you looking for someone to challenge you, make you laugh or live a healthy lifestyle with you? Be clear on what it is you’re looking for, and you might be surprised to find you’re more open to things that were previously deal breakers. You might realize the rich doctor type you’ve been chasing after hasn’t actually worked out for you, and you want to give the struggling writer a shot, instead. Be open to trying something new and it might surprise you.
Mastering the Art of Self-Soothing
You know it feels great knowing that you have someone around to take care of you when you’re sick, hug you when you’re sad, or just listen to your problems. But for those times you don’t have that, however, you should learn to master the art of soothing yourself. Cause that’s when a nice bottle of wine and a hot bubble bath comes in. It’s always good to be able to brush yourself off and keep going.
Being alone in your company can be hard, but it’s very important not to be dependent on the company of others to make yourself happy. No one likes a clinger, and your future boyfriend will respect the fact that you have other interests besides him and are capable of having a good time all on your own. Read a good book, watch a new movie, pick up a hobby or go jogging. There are plenty of things you can do all by yourself to stay entertained.
Not Idealizing Your Ex
In each of our lives, we all have that one person who got away, and you probably think of him or her from time to time. Don’t — it’s useless. The chances of you two being legitimate soul mates are slim to none. The chances of you perfecting an image of someone in your mind because you’re lonely and crave familiarity? Much more probable.
Being Happy for the Romantic Successes of Others
The color green is not a pretty color on anyone, and you know that the older you get, the harder it can be to be happy for the romantic successes of others when you’re still single. However, .being bitter or resentful is not going to attract the kind of energy and attention you want. Make a conscious effort to be happy for your friends who are getting married or pregnant, even if your romantic life is in the dumps. Your time will come soon enough, and you will want your friends to be happy and celebrate with you when it does.
Recognizing the Value of Your Individualism
There’s no better time than when you’re single to develop and appreciate your own train of thought. No one likes a yes man, and you want to be the kind of girl who can think meaningfully about issues and problems without having to resort to her boyfriend for his opinion first.
It does sucks right, oh yes it’s quiet tough to be single, but worse than being single is being in bad company!. When you do everything else to be right, you should actually be having a pretty decent time finding out more about yourself as a person, spending time with friends and family and excelling in your career. Why would you want to ruin that by adding someone to your life who only half interests you? Don’t bother. Settling is never ever a good idea at any point.