In a world which constantly promotes the need for sexual activity and a relationship, don't forget to enjoy just being yourself, and being by yourself.
In our predominantly couple and family-friendly society, it can sometimes be hard to sustain one's position as a single person even if you are single by choice. Rather than viewing singlehood as a deficiency in one's life, it can help to acknowledge the benefits that many single people gain from getting to know themselves better, and from getting to know others better without the emotional restrictions of a committed relationship.
It's a great idea to wait for the right time for a relationship, having some involvement when you feel like it in a pleasurable way, but holding out for what seems right for you. The world is full of very nice, good, compatible people who are looking for someone too, and they'll still be there when you get around to it.