Top 10 Cities for Single Women: SMW’s 2012 Report

February 20, 2012 by  
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Tired of looking for love in all the wrong places? SingleMindedWomen.com’s 2012 Top 10 Cities for Single Women is a handy guide to some great cities that we think should be high on your list of possible destinations, based on the the following criteria: Life: When weighing a city’s attributes, its beauty and vibe are […]

2012 Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #10, Raleigh, NC

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  Life: Raleigh is often the unexpected entry in a list of top US cities. Nevertheless, its popularity continues to grow. A closer look will tell you why. Raleigh is a city with a youth and population explosion that began in 2000. The city is  strategically located, with easy access to everywhere in what has […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #9, New York, NY

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Life: If you live in America and never experienced life in New York City, you have truly missed an amazing experience. It’s not that New York is the ideal city in any one particular area; but when taken as a whole, it has a vibrancy, a cultural depth, and a night life that has to […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #8, Chicago, IL

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Life: America has three world-class cities: New York, San Francisco, and Chicago. In fact, with its grand boulevard (Michigan Avenue) brilliant architecture and outstanding museums, Chicago is arguably the most European of American cities. At the same time, it is uniquely American. For a very big city, Chicago never forgot how to smile, and it’s […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #7, Phoenix, AZ

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Life: The Greater Phoenix area, known locally as “The Valley of the Sun,” is made up of a mix of many cities such as Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, Glendale, Peoria, and Surprise among others. A metro area of just 750,000 people in 1960, by 2010 had a population of 4.2 million people and ranked as America’s 14th […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #6, Charleston, SC

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Life: If you want a city that is centrally located in the southeast, you would be hard pressed to find a better lifestyle choice than Charleston, SC. Certainly Atlanta is the dominant commercial capital of the Southeast and has one of America’s best airport hubs, but Atlanta is far from many of those things that […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #5, Dallas, TX

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  Life: Don’t doubt Dallas. It’s a major league city in every sense of the word. The vast expanse of the metro Dallas-Ft. Worth area is reminiscent of LA metroplex, minus its beaches. But you never need to leave the confines of Dallas itself to enjoy everything from a vibrant nightlife to great museums and […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #4: Washington, DC

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LIFE: There is an old joke which goes like this: “If you want to visit your money, go to D.C.” As is true of the old capitals of Europe, the nation takes pride in its seat of government. Whether the administration is guided by tight-fisted fiscal conservatives or the more generous liberals, it seems that […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #3, Nashville, TN

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LIFE: Seeing Nashville included in SMW’s top three cities for single women may have you wondering how it ranked so high. Well, among other factors,  Nashville’s music scene, cultural attractions and bustling nightlife make it a fun place to live. To top it off, Nashville is a city steeped in a history. You can feel […]

Top 10 Cities for Single Women: #1, Austin, TX

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Austin earned its number one ranking by being in the top five of all but one of our criteria. While on our list includes two other Texas cities, arguably no state has three so different major cities in style, atmosphere and culture as Austin and its two bigger sister cities: Dallas and Houston. All three […]

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