The Best Solo Date Ideas to Help You Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone

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The best way to get to know who you are is by going out on a solo date and enjoying your own company.

Picture this: it’s the early afternoon on a weekday and you’re alone at a new restaurant enjoying a glass of white wine and seafood pasta.

Since most people are finishing their workday there are only a few other patrons. You can hear light chatter as the waiter approaches and asks if the food is to your liking – it most certainly is!

You shouldn’t need a reason to take yourself out more. In fact, you deserve to treat yourself to a delicious meal…one you can enjoy alone.

Don’t get me wrong, I love going out with my friends but sometimes it can be quite tricky to coordinate schedules.

If you need some solo date ideas check out the list below for inspiration.

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Why You Should Take Yourself on a Solo Date

Self-love is the absolute best love. If you are on the dating scene, you should use your singleness to figure out who you are and the type of relationship you want in a partner.

Taking yourself out on a solo date gives you the chance to experience new things and get out of your comfort zone.

It’s difficult to pour from an empty cup and before you can really invest in a serious relationship and take care of others, you first need to take care of yourself.

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Inexpensive Solo Date Ideas:

1.     Visit a bookstore and read your new book at a nearby park

2.     Pick up a coffee and go for a walk

3.     Put on a new movie, grab a glass of wine and popcorn

4.     Pick up your favorite dish and enjoy it outside on your patio

5.     Make yourself a charcuterie board with nice cheese and meats

6.     Make your own floral arrangement

Elaborate Solo Date Ideas:

1.     Take yourself out for an expensive meal (my personal favorite!)

2.     Book a spa day for yourself

3.     Have a staycation at a luxury boutique hotel

4.     Visit a winery and enjoy a tasting

5.     Get VIP tickets to a show or concert

6.     Visit a new city and rent a luxury car for a day

Seasonal Solo Date Ideas:

1.     Visit a pumpkin patch

2.     Pick up fresh fruit and vegetables at a local farmer’s market

3.     Pick your own fruit (apples, strawberries, etc.) and bake a pie

4.     Go for a bike ride along the beach

5.     Take beginner snowboarding or ski classes

6.     Do something for yourself on Valentine’s Day