Today's solo dwellers are less likely to design their homes around entertaining others than previous generations were. That makes sense: We're busy, on a tight budget, and exhausted.
More Canadians than ever are living alone. Here’s what that means.
If you're not splitting rent with someone else, you might need to worry about choking, falling, or becoming weird.
"I went home, and the apartment was on fire."
Does solitude destroy the human psyche, or does it allow us to see the world clearly?
Who needed vegetables, fruits, or fish if no one's watching you eat garbage?
We are living in the age of the single woman—I should know, because I'm one of them, and I'm fine with it.
On escaping the trauma of roommates only to fall right into a "single-woman-living-alone" stereotype.