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one day we decided, over cocktails and too much chips and guacamole, to create a space for women like us where we would share some of the ways we think about being single, get other spinsters to weigh in too, share thoughts and advice on everything from fashion to travel to food to how to negotiate sharing your life when love does come your way or whether single motherhood might be right for you. We wanted this to be a community for women just like us and just like you. Welcome to The Union.
Catherine DeCenzo is an empty-nester who lives with her husband and bossy parakeet, Pete, in Loudoun County, Virginia. A freelance writer, she has a penchant for the humorous side of life on her blog, Cat’s Out of the Bag. She’s been published in Posh Seven Magazine, Washington Family Magazine, Zoom Autism Magazine and The American Association of Kidney Patients’ AAKP Renalife Magazine. When not writing, she’s creating gastronomical experiments in the kitchen, taking pictures of people without their permission or scouring casting calls to appease her inner thespian. LinkedIn | Pinterest | Instagram
About the Author: Christina Crowe is a thirty-something senior sales consultant, as well as a Certified Coach and Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology candidate. She lives north of Toronto with her husband, their son, two stepsons, and new puppy. Follow her on Instagram at https://instagram.com/christina_crowe
Christine Wong is a freelance journalist who has covered business and technology since the days of dial-up Internet. During a foray into TV she booked hundreds of guests for a business news channel, helped launch two national women's talk shows and shared a memorable cab ride to CBC studios with The Amazing Kreskin. She lives in Toronto where she's chasing the biggest story of her life, Ben, who is five.
After having finished her joint degree in History and Political Science in 2011, Cindy moved to Toronto, Ontario to study Television Writing and Production at Humber College. She graduated in 2012 and began her career as a writer. Twenty-three year old Basha is excited to further her career and have more awful dating experiences to write about.