Get Quirky is an online course designed to help you liberate your quirkiness (aka your unique spark in life).
You’re going to get new inspiration to reflect on and celebrate the quirky parts of you and a whole new perspective on relationships and singleness.
I would love to have you as part of our community.
“The best part [of being quirky] is the incredible feeling that comes from the freedom to live your life as YOU need to — a whoosh that blows through you like a living breeze and makes you know you are really alive. In so doing, you encounter like-minded individuals whose souls vibrate to a similar pitch. You no longer feel like you don’t fit in; you have made yourself BELONG.”—respondent to my quirky survey
What do you mean by “quirky”?
Every person is unique, thus every person is quirky, but. . . quirky people are the ones who accept their quirks, and even relish them. Quirky is you, at your most natural. Quirky lights you up.
Here are some definitions from real-life self-identified quirky people. Quirky is:
‚Äö√Ñ¬¢ “Enjoying life and dancing to your own beat. Quirky people are often the first on the dance floor.”
‚Äö√Ñ¬¢ “Willing to throw a stone into a pond with no guarantee that all of the resultant ripples will go in the expected direction.
‚Äö√Ñ¬¢ “Choosing your own path in life and to do things because they suit you, not someone else’s ideals.”
‚Äö√Ñ¬¢ “Absolutely s-e-x-y.”
Why join Get Quirky?
A whole month of quirky is going to spark up your life. There will be ripple effects wherever quirkiness most needs to show up in your life: in your social life, creativity, work, and in your relationship to yourself and others.
As opposed to most self-help or personal growth courses, the emphasis in this course is on fun and play.
Get Quirky starts sooooon! The registration and start dates will be announced soon. Keep in mind the first course will start soon after the 10th annual International Quirkyalone Day (February 14).
Your Guide (aka QuirkyGuru)
I’ve been helping people celebrate their quirky selves for the last ten years in my writing, coaching, and life as the founder of the quirkyalone movement. I’ve written two books. My first book is called Quirkyalone: A Manifesto for Uncompromising Romantics (Harper One). Quirkyalone is a word to describe people who prefer to be single than to date for the sake of dating. I founded International Quirkyalone Day (February 14) to create an alternative to Valentine’s Day that celebrates all forms of love. IQD has been celebrated in over 40 cities around the world since 2003 and it’s been featured in USA Today, the New York Times, London Guardian, CNN, MSNBC, and more.
Get Quirky starts sooooon! The registration and start dates will be announced soon.
If you want to find out more, sign up here to be on the early notification list.
Can’t wait to get quirky with you!