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What Singles Do On Valentine's Day

With A Little Creativity And Positive Attitude, You Can Have Just As Much Fun As You Think Happy Couples Have On Valentine’s Day.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Shriparna Saha | Updated on: 10 Feb 2020, 06:08:00 PM
Valentines Day Guide For Singles

Valentines Day Guide For Singles (Photo Credit: Instagram)

New Delhi:

Being single on Valentine’s Day can feel like the absolute worst sometimes, since all the couples you know, happy or not could be sharing lovey-dovey status updates or cute photos  all day.  And while it can seem like your singlehood  is a bummer, it can actually be a blessing in disguise for so many reasons. With a little creativity and  positive foresight, you can have just as much fun as you think happy couples have on Valentine’s day. It’s time to make Valentine’s Day more inclusive. You don’t necessarily have to have a significant other to be powerful in your own right, but what does eventually attract the right person is you recognizing your own power.

Eight fun things to do if you are single on Valentine's day

Pamper Yourself

Take the day as an excuse to spend less than you would on a fancy date or romantic getaway to get something totally unnecessary but fun for yourself. Opt for make-over will give you a fresh, exciting look that increases your confidence; going to a restaurant or movie alone will help you become more comfortable by yourself.

Catch Up With Someone You Miss

It’s easy to lose touch with the special people who add meaning to our lives when we get busy with life. If you’re single on Valentine’s Day, why not take the opportunity to catch-up with a close friend who you haven’t talked to in months or years. If you’re feeling FOMO from not having a significant other to spoil on the holiday, why not treat your friends instead? “It’s always important to treat yourself and the important people in your life,”

Laugh Like There’s No Tomorrow

Laughter is the biggest stress buster ever. On Valentine ’s Day, prepare yourself a lavish spread, binge into a tub of ice cream, have your own funny movie marathon without taking suggestions from others, and laugh to your heart’s content! Gift yourself a teddy and cuddle up on the couch with your pet(s) and a cozy blanket to laugh it up.

Also Read: Valentine Week 2020 List: When Is Teddy Day, Hug Day, Kiss Day And The Other Days Of Love This Year

Remember Your Ghosts of Valentine’s Days Past

Reflecting on past hangups isn’t always the best thing to do, if you have just had a bad break-up. But for better or worse, Valentine’s is the perfect opportunity to think about why things didn’t work out with your ex and prepare yourself to fall for someone all over again.

Kick-start a gratitude journal.

Being all by yourself on a valentine’s day is the right time to start a journal. Star your book with gratitude for what you had. Write down about three things each day that make you feel grateful. Think about those things that are going well in your life or some experiences you are looking forward to having. Everyone has something for which they should be grateful.

Cook for your parents:

Family is everything, and we can always devote time to take care of our parents. This is the right day and opportunity to put on your apron and give your mom a day of relief by cooking her and your father some delicious meal.

Pass the love forward:

Be the Valentines Week be random work of kindness week. It’s a great initiative to do kind acts for the needy people in your neighbourhood. You can also check out your local community center and see if there are some volunteer opportunities, visit aold age home or orphanage.

Plan a weekend getaway:

Solo trips are always fun as you can do all that you want to without even thinking or pre-planning anything. Valentine's Day is the right time you can plan a solo trip while everyone in your city enjoys falling in love.

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First Published : 10 Feb 2020, 05:48:52 PM