3 tips for enjoying Christmastime as a single woman

Feeling a little lonely this holiday season? Keep these simple things in mind.

Guille Faingold | Stocksy United

There’s so much love and affection swirling around at Christmastime (couples ice skating, couples getting engaged, couples cuddling by the fire or watching Christmas themed romantic comedies together) that it can feel a little lonely if you haven’t found that “special someone.”

So when a single woman asked video blogger Emily Wilson to help her combat seasonal loneliness and navigate the Christmas holiday without a boyfriend or husband, she immediately took the case. Her advice in a nutshell? Be present, make plans with friends, and remember your blessings. But you can hear all of her good advice in detail below:

Natalie van der Meer
Natalie van der Meer
Senior Editor Natalie van der Meer is a former editor for Redbook, Woman's Day, Reader's Digest and Allure, covering fashion, beauty, travel, family, book reviews, and much more. She lives in New York City.

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