Women: what we hate and love about the single life

So I mentioned a while back that I’d recorded a podcast with Natalie of The Thirtyest podcast. I’m pleased to announce that this has just been released!

This was, hands down, my favourite experience podcasting yet. Natalie and I clearly share many of the same experiences, so the conversation was a very meaningful one. However, the reason I particularly enjoyed this one was that I felt I expressed my meaning in every area more clearly and accurately than I’ve done so far.

Moreover, Natalie and I covered a broad range of topics, including:

  • Why I wrote my article
  • Is the ‘Christian man-drought’ really a thing?
  • Why do single people struggle to find each other?
  • What following God’s will really means
  • Can Christian women in good conscience marry non-believers?
  • What should Christian women who want to get married actually do?
  • Are women to blame for the situation?

The headline of this post is a bit tongue-in-cheek. Natalie and I aren’t really hating on the single life, but it’s no secret that neither of us want to be single forever either. However, what’s great about this podcast was being able to find hope, encouragement and genuine understanding in each other.

Hopefully, that will be your experience as well! I encourage you all to have a listen – preferably on a long commute or during a decent workout sesh (it goes for just under an hour) – and let me know what you think in the comments. 🙂

Listen to The Thirtyest podcast here.

(Side note: there was a slight delay during recording for me hearing what Natalie was saying, so if you notice a few awkward pauses here or there, that’s why!)

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