Living alone is mighty fun, folks. With nobody around to answer to, or be judged by, you are pretty much at liberty to do anything. Or do nothing at all. But living alone does come with its own set of problems too. How about we give you a round up? You know you live alone when...
Yes, dear reader, because you have to fend for yourself, you know how things are priced in the market.
For some odd reason, single girls (and sometimes boys too) are incarnations of the devil for house-owners in India. You are a girl who wants to stay alone in rented accommodation? Good luck!
If you have somehow managed to rent a place for yourself, be prepared that your landlord or landlady will take a lot of interest in your life.
A sudden power-cut in the middle of the night, while everyone in the neighbourhood has power? Or you have just gone to the loo, only to discover that you can’t turn on the light? With no one else around, you turn into a fairly efficient electrician!
Once you are home after work, and are done with fixing dinner, what else do you do but binge-watch TV shows online?
Once there are no new seasons to watch of any show, admiring the ceiling fan is the most effortless way to kill time!
Yes. If only you had shared the flat with someone and split the rent, you could have been a rich girl! Well, at least, a less broke one.
Well, somebody needs to check if you are dead or alive!
Once you have settled in nicely in your apartment, after an epic house hunt, your friends endearingly lay claim to it.
'Cause, let's face it, who will ever know?
Self-defence is an all-consuming concern when there is no one else around to count on for safety!
We name it, you have it - flu, tummy upset, headache, and probably even pills that prevent a heart attack!