With all the talk of it being cuffing season, you may be feeling like you're missing out if you don't have a partner. (As a dating writer, I know I contribute to this, and I'm sorry.) While you may not have access to endless cuddles and kisses this fall and winter, there are actually plenty of benefits to being single during cuffing season.
This Halloween, for example, I ordered sushi with a friend and watched The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina on her couch while drinking wine and eating candy. It was glorious. I didn't have to worry about what a partner would be doing, feel lonely without them, or have FOMO while watching their Instagram Stories. Nope, I spent Halloween exactly how I wanted to. (With, of course, a costume that was necessary for the 'Gram.)
And while I'm sort of single by choice — by "sort of," I mean I'm looking — I find ways to make my single status work for me. In the past couple of years that I've been single, I've traveled, grown in my career tremendously, and strengthened my friendships. So read on to see just exactly how you can make the most of cuffing season while single.