My quirkyalone concept (launched way back in 2000) is for women and men who don’t want to settle, in love or any area of your life.

Free-thinking, empowered quirkyalone and quirkytogether women (and men) are a huge part of our society, but we haven’t caught up yet to the idea that women and men might be thinking about relationships, motherhood, sex, and work in new ways.

My newsletter looks at all this from a cultural and political angle while also giving you emotional support for the experience of pushing against society’s norms as you live life on your own terms.

You’ll get my latest blog posts and other perspectives from around the web of interest to quirky types. You will also get exclusive updates about coaching programs, quirky travel adventures, online classes, and community events such as quirkybrunches where you get the opportunity to connect with the other souls drawn to my perspective.

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“I’m excited to have finally found your newsletter! I discovered QA almost a decade ago, when a friend passed it along. I have frequently referred to it as my bible.”

Lisa Porter

“Thank you for creating and offering to the world your culture-bending innovation of the quirkyalone movement. Over 15 years ago, you helped me to see that I am a ‘quirkyalone’–which breathed fresh air into the dark vortex of self-blame and inadequacy that I, and many other ‘involuntarily single’ people, sometimes find ourselves in.”

Laura Parker, MFT

“Thank you for all the positive, fun, and brave energy you put out into the world for all of us to enjoy and go toward our own light. I really enjoy your newsletters!”

Carolyn Arnold

“I love following Sasha’s journey through her newsletter. Her roles from freedom fighter to sensualist to diarist to coach inspire me. Her newsletter reads like all the waves of feminism blended together, and I love her straight-talking commitment to inclusion and compassion.”

Tanya Berzeh

“Even though it’s tough, I really think being single for most of my life will make me stronger. It’s really helped me to not assume my life will work out a certain way, to appreciate the people who have been there when a significant other hasn’t been in the picture, and to not always blame myself over an area of life I can’t completely control. As the number of singles in America grows, these discussions that you and others have could be the catalyst to change all the negative societal messages we have about uncoupled people.”

Janel Forsythe

“I love to read your newsletters. I’m currently reading your book Quirkyalone, and enjoying it tremendously. I’ve already sent it to one friend and am sending it to another today. It’s so nice to know I’m alone and not alone.”

Lisa Smith

Author of The Vampire Diaries

I started following you because I loved your balanced approach to singleness/togetherness. I was getting tired of all the ‘love coaches’ out there, whom I simultaneously was attracted to–because of course I’d like to find my soul mate!–and repelled by — because what’s wrong with being single? Thanks for being a voice in the lone wilderness for quirkyalones.

Gretchen Wegner

“Reading your newsletter, I feel such a relief. I’m definitely not crazy, and there’s more of us out here than I ever knew :).”

Tabitha

“”As usual for me when I read your writing I felt such needed “it’s not just me!” relief.”

Martha

“Your work has helped so many people including me; as if it were an energy boost, an encouraging coach, or a splash of cool water in the race of life.”

Torrey Carlton