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Tips for Females Going Out Alone

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Going out alone female may seem like a tough issue for women. As little girls we were taught that numbers are what kept us safe.

We never went anywhere alone.

Going shopping? Call a friend. Going to the bathroom at the nightclub. Make sure your friend comes with you.

It’s always nice to have a little girl time, but it’s also good to have a little me time. Sometimes we forget about that.

You should never forget how special you are. Never forget how much you deserve happiness.

Never forget to treat yourself to the pleasures of life. Never forget that you are and always will be number one and that you deserve me time.

Some people believe that females going out alone holds a social stigma. These same people tend to believe that if you’re out by yourself then you must be unhappy and lonely.

They may also believe that it’s unheard of for a woman to be out by herself eating a meal, watching a movie, going solo clubbing, or simply enjoying spending time by herself.

Well, ignore them and continue to enjoy your me time. They’re either too scared to admit they aren’t brave enough to be out on their own or they’ve never tried it.

If your friends can’t make it, you don’t have a date, or you just want to experience the thrill of exploring the world on your own, here are a few pointers to help you when you’re going out alone female.

Read this tips for females going out alone, then go enjoy your me time and rock it!!!

Tips for Females Going Out Alone

 1. Treat it Like a Real Date

If you’re taking yourself on a date, then really take yourself on a date. I know you may want to take the latest book or magazine you’re reading to dinner with you, but would you read a book while on a date with someone else?

You may want to wear your comfy sneakers and your hair in a ponytail, but would you do that if you were meeting someone for dinner?

I can guarantee that the answer to both of these questions are “no.” So, why would you do these things when you’re going out on a date with yourself? You deserve nothing less than the best!

Put on your favorite pair of heels (or flats), slap on some makeup, curl your hair, or do whatever it is you do before you go out for a night on the town with your friends.

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Doing this will give you confidence when you’re out. Let others see how confident you are and how much you are enjoying yourself.

Also, do not stay chatting or texting on your phone. This time is meant for you to connect with yourself.

Being distracted while on the phone will make you miss all of the interesting things happening right around you.

2. Don’t be Afraid to Talk to Strangers

I know this goes against everything you were taught growing up, but you’re an adult now.

Don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation. Just because you’re on a date with yourself doesn’t mean you can’t talk to anybody else.

Mix and mingle with others or just have small talk. This will allow you to not think about being out alone, but will show you that you are a fun and interesting person no matter what situation you’re in.

If you don’t know where to begin to start a conversation with others, start at the bar. I don’t mean start drinking.

I mean have a seat at the bar, order your dinner and a drink (preferably, non-alcoholic since you are out alone). Most bars have tv’s, so watch what is playing. Either sports will be playing or the news will be on.

If you see someone nearby watching the same thing, mention something you just saw. This usually works for starting a conversation.

If the person seems disinterested in talking, there is always the bartender. I’ve found that most bartenders genuinely like talking to their patrons.

3. Be Safe

A woman’s safety is important, especially when going out by herself. This should go without saying, but you should never go to a place where you don’t feel safe.

Don’t set yourself up to be a target for predators or anybody who is looking to harm you.

If you order a drink, take precaution and do not leave your drink (or food) unattended.

If a nice gentleman (or lady) offers to buy you a drink (alcoholic or not) always make sure the drink is brought directly from the bar or given to you by a server.

Never, I repeat NEVER, accept a drink from someone who brings it to your table themselves.

Anything could have been slipped in it and you don’t want to take that chance of not making it home.

If you decide to check out the latest movie, sit somewhere in the middle of the crowd. Do not sit in the back.

You want others to notice that you are there, just in case something happens. If at all possible, try not to leave the theater while the movie is playing.

Visit the concession stand and the bathroom before the movie begins. You don’t want to leave while the movie is playing because if someone follows you out, there will be a smaller crowd noticing you leave.

Always park in a well-populated area. Don’t make the mistake of parking in an alley or side street during the day, then having to walk down that dark alley by yourself at night.

If you decide that you actually want to go on vacation alone, Travel.State.Gov has some great safety tips for women travelers.

I hope these tips for women going out alone will help you take that leap and enjoy life out on your own.

If you liked these tips and will use them while you’re traveling, you may also want to learn how to pack like a pro to prepare you for your next journey!

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  1. Hello Kendra, This is a very information especially for my wife. Sometimes on some days im very busy working and my wife gets bored and your tips makes sense when she is out alone without the kids or me on certain days. Thanks for the tips. I also like the video that you showed on how to clean the oven.