Somehow I lucked out and got three free months of The Atlantic magazine. I have to admit, I'm not usually a subscriber to magazines, although I love reading them.
This month, the cover article, All the Single Ladies, begins by revealing the dating history of the writer, Kate Bolick, who is nearly 40, still single, and totally fine with it. Admittedly, when I first began her 12,000 word essay, I thought she was dealing with denial, claiming she was content with her single status while likely secretly moping on the couch. Maybe I was just projecting my former 30-year-old self. And as I continued reading, I learned that Bolick had spent many months researching the current status of the single American gal, contacting many of my favorite relationship "experts" and analysts.
Dive in and let me know what you think. I'm sure I'll have several posts about it.