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Meet the (Remarkable) Professional Hobo – The Solo Show on Fireside

The Solo Show on Fireside seeks to destigmatize single living and celebrate remarkable solos. This week’s Solo Show explores the idea of  Meet(ing) the (Remarkable) Professional Hobo A preview of some topics related to Solo Travel: Traveling without a final destination Budgeting and planning for solo travel Full-time solo traveling

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Solo Travel – The Solo Show on Fireside

The Solo Show on Fireside seeks to destigmatize single living and celebrate remarkable solos. This week’s Solo Show explores Solo Travel A preview of some topics related to Solo Travel: Travel vs. Tourism Culture Immersion What it’s like to travel alone To learn about Solo Travel, listen HERE. Find out

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Relationship Anarchy – The Solo Show on Fireside

The Solo Show on Fireside seeks to destigmatize single living and celebrate remarkable solos. This week’s Solo Show explores Relationship Anarchy A preview of some topics related to Relationship Anarchy: History of relationship anarchy What is the relationship escalator and how does relationship anarchy subvert it. What makes a relationship

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Five Myths of Single Living – The Solo Show on Fireside

The Solo Show on Fireside seeks to destigmatize single living and celebrate remarkable solos. The second Solo Show explores Five Myths of Single Living  A preview of some of the myths: The majority of singles want to be coupled. Singles are lonely, selfish, sex addicts. The rise of singles signals

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A Taxonomy of Singles – The Solo Show on Fireside

The Solo Show on Fireside seeks to destigmatize single living and celebrate remarkable solos. The first Solo Show features my new work-in-progress: A Taxonomy of Singles To figure out what type of single you are, consider these questions: Are you seeking to ride the Relationship Escalator? Do you see yourself

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Covid-related thoughts that might help

Here is a preview of Covid-related insights from a forthcoming episode of Solo (on 7/30). These three observations were made by friends whom I sought advice from after a covid-related meltdown I was having. 1. “The cavalry is not coming.” By now, this should be self-explanatory. There is no institution

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Join a research study on solo living

Good Solos: A solo listener (Krystal Wilkinson of Manchester Metropolitan University) is running a study on solo living during the pandemic. Here is some more information. Please consider helping her research project: An exploration of the work-life balance of solo-living employees transitioning to home working in the context of the pandemic

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Podcast - I'm Not Joking

Curtain Call

  Welcome to the final episode of I’M NOT JOKING. Comedian JD Lopez returns from Episode 1 to debrief and reflect on Peter’s experience building

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