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Upcoming: National Singles Week

Romance is exalted in every corner of the globe, but to create a sense of equality, promotion of National Singles Week (observed during the third full week of September) began in Ohio in the 1980s to celebrate societal contributions made by singles...

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Be it by choice or circumstance, membership in “America’s Singles Club” has officially surpassed the size of membership in the marriage club. Romance is exalted in every corner of the globe, but to create a sense of equality, promotion of National Singles Week (observed during the third full week of September) began in Ohio in the 1980s to celebrate societal contributions made by singles.  

There’s upwards of 110M singles (that is, 45% of all U.S. residents 18+) to be celebrated this year. In honor of National Singles Week, Professional Matchmakers Marisha Dixon, Alyssa Bunn, Melissa Rogers, Cora Boyd and Remy Boyd have teamed up to provide the ultimate 7-day guide to preparing for “the one,” as well as a series of digital conversations to tune into throughout National Singles Week. These love detectives will share expert tips to help singles take advantage of single-hood.

Matchmaker, Marisha Dixon, provides more details:

There are advantages to sailing solo. Our vision is to share practical tools that singles can use to be resourceful with their time, money, health, current relationships and more. Solo & Lovin’ It is a series of self-guided activities and easy-to-implement tips to maximize single-hood — so, when Mr. or Mrs. Right finally comes along, you’ll have the mental and emotional space for a smooth transition. The guide focuses on 7 areas, that if nurtured, help singles prepare for calling in “the one.” Participants in the 7-day celebration will also be encouraged to tune-in to the digital meet and greets for additional “act like a single, think like a matchmaker” insider tips! Want a sneak peak? Check out the preview shared below ☟

Click here to get in line for the guide, which will be released September 17th!

XOXO, 

Marisha Dixon
Matchmaker + Executive Coach
 

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