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FOLLOW ME on Spotify Click HERE for a list of my previous playlists. " It's typically the third question I'm asked by people I haven't talked to in a while. My parents expected me, as their oldest daughter, to be the first to get married. " "Yes, but he has a boyfriend." Most of my friends were getting married then. I feared they'd all move away to suburbs where singles were uninvited or, worse, pitied at their annual block parties. To be honest, I’ve been doing it more and more often lately. Until about a year ago, I even preferred to wait outside rather than inside a restaurant, so that people wouldn’t think I was “uncool” because I was seen alone. w=2091 2091w" sizes="(max-width: 697px) 100vw, 697px" data-recalc-dims="1" / “Doesn’t he have any friends?

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w=2091 2091w" sizes="(max-width: 697px) 100vw, 697px" data-recalc-dims="1" / I always used to feel terribly awkward just waiting for someone in a coffeeshop for ten minutes.

fit=300,200" data-large-file="https://i0com/ Asboeck-3.jpg? fit=697,465" class="size-full wp-image-528" src="https://i0com/ Asboeck-3.jpg? resize=697,465" alt="Lex Tyler © Melanie Asböck | Melusina" width="697" height="465" srcset="https://i0com/ Asboeck-3.jpg? I also believe that by a certain age, one should be able cope with being left to one’s own devices. So I tried something new, something that most of the time seems pretty much impossible to me: I left my apartment to go for a walk – WITHOUT my phone.

That’s why the warm summery days right now are making it even easier and more fun for me to be on my own.

A good book, a bottle of water and a little green nook: For the next two hours, I have an important date with myself, offering my body to the sun.

A lot of people seem to think of themselves as “whole” only when they are with a partner or with their friends. resize=1024,683 1024w, https://i1com/ Asboeck-2.jpg? It’s a shame how we keep staring at a screen and mutate into some kind of zombie, until we don’t even experience what is happening around us anymore.