Five Ways To Enjoy Valentine’s Day As A Single Person!

Five Ways To Enjoy Valentine’s Day As A Single Person!

If you’re single on Valentine’s Day, there are a few ways you can cope. There’s no shortage of things to do on Valentine’s Day if you’re single.

In fact, you might be better off than your friends who are coupled up. There’s no pressure to make the day special for anyone but yourself. Indulge yourself this Valentine’s Day in these five awesome ways.

1. Treat Yourself

Just because you don’t have a date for the evening doesn’t mean you can’t still go out and have an amazing time by yourself. Skip those expensive red roses and buy some beautiful blooms for yourself!

Treat yourself to a great movie and dinner afterwards at your favorite restaurant. Sit at the bar and splurge on dessert. There’s no pressure to dress up and no fighting over which restaurant to go to and what meal to order.

With the ridiculous prices at restaurants on Valentine’s Day, do yourself a favour and order your favorite takeout meal instead. Don’t forget to bring out the champagne.

2. Go Shopping

Go shopping, because let’s face it – there is nothing, nothing more decadent than dedicating an entire day to a shopping blitz. There are tons of stores which usually offer some good sales on Valentine’s Day that you can save on.

Decorate your home with adorable Valentine themed goodies. Take the money you would have spent on dinner at a fancy restaurant with terrible service and put it towards a new wardrobe. Splurge. Remind yourself you deserve it and get yourself that gift you’ve always wanted.

Remember, self-love is always in fashion. Get yourself an extravagant piece of costume jewelry to wear. Or get a tiara for the damn queen that you are.
3. Spend the day with your close ones

Plan a day with your closest friends and family. Whether you rent a movie and order in some pizza or plan a fun activity, it’s the perfect opportunity to make some great memories with people you love.

Get dressed up, go to a fancy restaurant and order the special Valentine’s Day menu with wine pairings. Organise fun games and essentially any drinking game to keep you laughing throughout the night. Go to a karaoke joint with your friends and scream your heart out inside the karaoke booth or get mellow with some slow tracks. You won’t regret taking time to celebrate your favorite friendships.

Valentine’s day isn’t just about romantic love. It’s also about the love we share with everybody close to us.

4. Pamper yourself

During this love-themed holiday, show yourself some love! Make yourself an extremely chocolatey hot chocolate with a pile of whipped cream. This is the perfect day to completely spoil yourself.

Go to a spa for a luxurious massage or get in on the bath and wine combo. Make the bath warm, add some essential oils in mint and lavender, light candles, dim the lights and give yourself all the time to unwind.

Whatever your poison maybe, just pamper yourself. Treat yourself to a haircut, blowout, beauty treatment or a massage. Try to fit in a facial, manicure, pedicure and a hair treatment. You love yourself, so why not show it?

 

5. Enjoy your alone time

Watch netflix the entire day and do all the chilling you’ve ever wanted. Open the bottle of wine you had been saving and toast to yourself and your freedom. Kick back, relax and watch a few episodes of your favorite show. Order a pizza, get comfortable and settle in to watch whatever you love best, by yourself.

Buy your favorite candy, meal or wine and keep it all to yourself. You won’t have to share a single one of your fries or a drop of your wine. Enjoy the fact that it’s all for you.
Put your phone down and stay off social media for the day. Collect all of your favorite movies and enjoy a movie marathon on your own.

It’s not always easy to be single on a day that celebrates romantic love. A date on the calendar might be nice, but really, it has nothing to do with the concept of affection.

Remember that it is just one arbitrary day out of many and a little winged child with sharp sticks does not define love. Love is what you make of it. If and when you do meet somebody, you can celebrate being together then.

 

Author Bio/Credentials
Sara O Brown is a working mom, lives with her dentist husband and her adorable dog, Casper. She is passionate about traveling and cooking. She has been a regular contributor for- https://www.findrarewhisky.com/whiskylife/

 

 

 

 

 

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