How to Take Yourself Out on a Date

Do you ever go out to restaurants, movies, and shows alone? If you’re like most people, the answer is probably not very often. I always feel uncomfortable eating alone. On business trips, I prefer to go out in a group, and I’ve never gone to a movie solo. I’m wondering if I’m missing out. Taking yourself out on a date could be fun and empowering. There’s something about doing these types of things on your own that builds your self-confidence. You’d get to do the things you like and maybe try something new. Read on for some ideas on things you can do alone that will push you out of your comfort zone.


Dine at Your Favorite Restaurant

Have a meal at your favorite restaurant or a new one you’ve wanted to try. Dining alone lets you just be you. You get to people watch, you’ll take better notice of your surroundings and enjoy the plate of food in front of you more. Plus, you won’t have to share your dessert with anyone.


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Head To The Cinema

How about watching a movie you’re dying to see at the cinema? You can watch whatever film you want to see, can sit anywhere you’d like and won’t be distracted by somebody talking to you.


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Get Lost In A Museum

Visiting a museum alone seems to fall between dining out and going to the movies alone on the bravery scale. You can set your own agenda and move at your own pace. It will help you learn to enjoy the solitude and the time alone with your thoughts.

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Watch A Broadway Show

There’s nothing more exhilarating than watching a Broadway show. Going solo might get you premium or house seats that are usually sold out. Check out the infographic below to find one.

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Thanks for visiting Doused in Pink, a Chicago style blog. I am here to bring simple style tips and outfit inspiration to help you elevate your everyday style. You will also find posts on the best beauty products, wellness, DIY projects and decorating ideas. My goal is that you leave feeling like you learned something new that helps you feel confident when you walk out the door.

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