An Influencer who was fed up being single decided to take herself on a “solo honeymoon” and vowed to stop depending on men to make her happy.
Brittany Allyn revealed that in 2022 she traveled to London and froze her eggs before booking her dream vacation in France and Italy, reports Jam Press.
Since then, Allyn has been living her best single life.
“I think everyone has days where they’re like, I want that, the deep romance – but mostly I don’t feel pressure to get married,” said Allyn in a Youtube video. ” I heard this quote once that if you got married at 50, to the love of your life, you could be with this person for 30 years.”
“My longest relationship was around five years and that felt like forever, so 30 years to be with the love of your life makes me so happy, I’m not in a rush,” continued the influencer.
According to Allyn, her outlook on life comes from her parents.
“I had really supportive parents, realists and they’re just like, ‘Britt, we want you to experience everything in life to have so much fun’,” said Allyn.
Allyn said that her parents told her “Marriage is amazing. Kids are amazing, but it’s not this perfect solution and it’s really hard, not everyone gets a perfect marriage or, you know, perfect children.”
According to the influencer, her parents encouraged her to live her life to the fullest.
Despite loving her life, the Seattle native is not above worrying over societal pressures.
“My 20-year-old self was completely different, I wanted to be a stay-at-home mom,” confessed Allyn. “I was in love with a guy that I knew from high school and I thought that ‘we are going to live in the same town and get married and have kids by 27 or 30’, and I would have some passion projects on the side.”
“But I was just going to be a mom and never leave Seattle but at 25, we broke up and I have gone in a completely different direction,” continued Allyn. “I think she would be in awe and also think it’s quite cool that what she thought was true in life was actually the opposite – anything that you think is going to happen probably won’t really happen.”