There is no need to dread this upcoming day of love just because you aren’t in a relationship. Here’s what to do if you are single this Valentine’s Day.
- Hang with your besties. Head out to a casual eatery, or gather in one of your homes or apartments for a dinner together. You can cook, BBQ, make it a potluck, or order in.
- Don’t take the last-minute date offer. If you are stressing over being single, don’t fall for the last-minute V-day date request from your ex, fling, or super-new interest. See them later in the week instead.
- Romance yourself. Pour yourself a glass of wine, take a candlelit bath, buy a fancy box of chocolates, and feel free to send yourself flowers.
- Ignore it. Recently or long-term single, Valentine’s Day may not be on your radar, or simply not that big of a deal. Feel free to ignore it, but skip dining out solo for dinner because love will be all around.
- Binge watch your favorite TV show, do a movie marathon, curl up with a book you’ve read a million times, or spend the evening overindulging on your favorite foods and sweet treats.
As you can see there is no reason to mope around if you find yourself single this Valentine’s Day, because there is so much more you could be doing.