'I can walk around naked' and other perks of living alone Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Saturday, Jan. 12 2013, 12:00 AM EST Last updated Friday, Jan. 11 2013, 9:01 PM EST More Canadians than ever are living in single-person households. Hannah Sung meets solo dwellers to ask why living alone is so appealing Watch More Video: Check out these nifty gift ideas for do-it-yourselfers Plan now for the perfect Christmas morning breakfast How to pet-proof your home for the holidays Miley Cyrus MTV's artist of 2013 How to make a shrimp cocktail platter no one can refuse Meet a special 7-year-old Mountie Take a tour of the 'Harvard of Santa schools' How do hospitals decide who gets a bed? How to find the perfect holiday gift for a fitness buff Food-tech startups look at replacing eggs with plant-based 'eggs' Christian Bale pays tribute to Nelson Mandela 3 looks to get you party-ready for the holiday season Susan Boyle diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome Want to strengthen your glut muscles? Try these three single-leg exercises Lip-syncing pups raise money to fight animal cancers How to get big, bouncy 'disco' curls in five easy steps Bahar Niramwalla's top five beauty buys under $15 Edmontonians enthralled by life-sized snow globe Calgary researchers make progress in treating deadly brain cancer Calgary's most expensive condo hits the market Comments AA More Related to this Story Living alone: a testament to freedom or an erosion of society? Video: Why are more people living alone?