A relationship does not define who we are, so if some couples decide to pamper themselves on Valentine’s Day, single people also have the right to pamper themselves or to pamper their friends, family, strangers…
5 Tips to apply Valentine’s Day if you are single
1. Stay busy on that day
Planning what you are going to do this day is very important. Even if it’s something as simple as staying at home watching TV or meeting a friend for coffee. Just do something that allows us to set aside everything related to Valentine’s Day
WARNING: Stay away from romantic restaurants or florists. This step is especially important for those who have just become single and may need more planning to not spend the night alone.
2. Look at yourself!
And what if we don’t have someone to give us flowers and chocolates on Valentine’s Day? Why not use the day as an excuse to pamper yourself?
A wine and a bubble bath, a visit to the masseuse or a night curled up with an eager book or movie can be perfect. Anything that gets out of the routine and makes us feel special is valid.
3. Surprise someone!
We are not the only single person on Valentine’s Day, why not look for others who are in the same situation and do something different?
Performing random acts of kindness, delivering Valentine’s cards at a nursing home or inviting a group of friends to a special single dinner on Valentine’s Day are some possibilities.
4. Maybe it’s time to meet new people
Maybe it’s time to ask if it’s really time to make new friends and change your air. Nowadays with Internet nobody has to feel alone. Through social networks you can search for people with similar hobbies and start a friendship.
You can also look for associations related to activities or causes that motivate us and join them. The question is to start, and Valentine’s Day can be an excellent time for it.
5. Take a trip (nothing romantic)
For example, a stay in a wellness hotel or spa is a great option for a single person. Or choose to take your friends and go to the end of the world. Whatever, but dare.
That nothing stop you to make any plan that you want, not a particular day, or a sentimental situation, or conventions … NOTHING!