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Single life: Some data and why I’m writing this series

It’s funny how as we get old, aspects we were praised upon are turned to be a fault. I was singe for the majority of my life. When I was studying or even entering the job market, my singleton was seen as a sign of independence, I could achive all my ambitions as I wasn’t too preocupied for romance. Being a woman, this means more chances to be considered to run the corporate ladder as there were no baby’s plans. It seems, however, that what was considered a trate of an ambitious young woman in your 20s, makes you a 30 something who thinks too much of herself or is over ambituous or there is smmething wrong with her.