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December 03, 2012

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Jamie

I love this! I'm married but I still go on dates with myself all the time, as you put it. I think its important to be your own best company and to give yourself the time to be happy i the moment. I used to go for a run in Central Park, then walk down Madison Ave. No one to rush me along or tell me it was all a fantasy...

Ryann

Amen to that Amelia Earhart quote!

joanna

nice dots!

Annette

Absolutely go on dates by yourself, go to restaurants by yourself, travel by yourself and do as much as you can by yourself! You'll never learn who you really are and what you want out of life until you spend time with yourself without outside opinions and distractions. Besides, what does it say about ourselves if we can't stand to be in our own company for any length of time?

Desiree

You're amazing Anne! I love this...

Sean

I'll be on my self-date at the artisanal fragrance counter, mb coffee l8r?

Michelle

um, me and that sweater are making sweet sweet love together. Soon, real soon.

jasmine paredes

what a perfect time to get to know yourself, the holiday season.
i think i spend too much time with myself. it's quite difficult to step outside of myself. perhaps i should talk to someone about it.

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