Don’t have a date to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Let’s get real: many people are scrambling to find a partner before February 14th. While Valentine’s Day is certainly a day for love, who says all that loving can’t go towards yourself? If you’re flying solo this holiday, make this Valentine’s Day special by focusing on what’s important to you. We’ve got five fabulous ideas to help you turn your Valentine’s Day from drab to fab.
Make it a Friend Night
Take Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to celebrate the good friends in your life. Invite them over for a movie and popcorn or go out on the town together. You could even organize a friends gift exchange.
Being single on Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to treat yourself to something special. Pick up a copy of your favorite book, watch a movie you’ve been dying to see, or give yourself a facial. With Modere I/D, you can pamper yourself without a pricy spa visit. The simple, two-step system brings an exclusive combination of botanical infusion and environmental skin defense to provide beautiful skin health that will last over the long term. Clinically-proven ingredients instantly soften, smooth, and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles by carrying oxygen to the skin to boost cell receptivity, while encouraging skin’s detoxifying process. It’s an at-home facial that will leave your skin feeling amazing!
Treat Yourself to a Treat
You watch your calories every other day of the year…for this one day, indulge in a big, delicious treat! There’s all kinds of tasty sweets and treats tempting you at every corner. You can head to the bakery and buy a big dessert or whip up something delicious in your kitchen. This brownie tart from the Food Network looks divine.
Buy Yourself Some Flowers
Who says you have to wait for someone else to give you flowers? Pick up a beautiful bouquet at the florist or even pick up some flowers at the supermarket. A colorful display of flowers on your kitchen table will surely bring a smile to your face.
Do Something Nice for Someone Else
The quickest way to feel better about yourself when you’re feeling down is to serve someone else. Serve a meal at a shelter, babysit for friends who don’t get time alone often, or visit the residents of a nursing home. You could even do good anonymously. Pay for someone’s meal at the drive through, send flowers to your friend who’s having a rough day, or leave cookies on your neighbor’s doorstep.
Make Valentine’s Day a day all about you! Rather than cursing cupid, remember this is an opportunity to celebrate all the wonderful, good things about you.