Single Life

Staying single seem to be the latest craze in London. The gents I date at London escorts seem to opt for living on their own, but that is not all, a lot of the London escorts I work with seem to be thinking about staying single instead of getting married. I thought they were all nuts, but then I sat down and thought about it, and there is something to it. It was on a lovely sunny Saturday afternoon when I realised how nice it was to spend time in your own company. I had just finished all of my errands for the day, and did not have any overnight dates with London escorts.

All of a sudden I realised how hungry I was, and I thought that it would be nice to go out for lunch. I thought about which one of my London escorts colleagues I could call when it struck me I fancied having lunch with myself. It would be so nice to sit there and enjoy lunch while I read a paper or magazine. That was the moment I realised that it might be nice to be single. When you stop and think about it, there are several advantages to being single. Yes, there are the obvious ones where you don’t have to worry about doing someone else’s laundry or cleaning up after them. Then you have the others ones.

I have worked hard at London escorts and having to share my hard earned cash with someone else really do irk me, and I am not sure that I would want to do that. Also I would have to explain about having worked for London escorts in the first place.

I have lots of things that I would like to do in my life, and many of them, I would gladly do on my own. Ever since I was young I have wanted to go traveling. With a busy London escorts career I have not been able to do so, and when I leave, I think that I would like to travel places just for me. Does it sound selfish? I guess that it does in a way, but that is just the way I am and as long as I acknowledge that, I think it is okay. Having your own space is important as well. I love my little flat and when I come home from cheap escorts in London, it has sort of become my sanctuary.

Would I give it up to move in a man? I am not sure that I would like to do. Perhaps I will feel different about things later on in life, but at the moment, I could certainly see myself living as a singleton. Will I get lonely? No, I think that I have a lot of things going on in my life, and to be frank, it is all that I need and I can always find other things to do. Do I really have time for a man in my life? I am not sure