Single on Valentine's Day? Here's how to make it special
It is great if you have a special someone to celebrate Valentine's Day with. But if you are single, you are probably thinking that it will be just another regular day for you. Why not use the day of love to treat yourself to some self-love? Here are a few things you can do to make the most out of the day.
Enjoy with your friends
There is a good chance that you are not the only single person in your group. So gather up your friends for a single's party this Valentine's Day. Chat over some fine food and drinks and create some wonderful memories to look back on someday. You can hold a potluck where everyone brings over a special dish keeping the day in mind.
Feed your soul
Treating yourself to something special is undoubtedly one of the best gifts to make yourself feel loved. You can cook your favorite meal and enjoy it in front of the TV while watching some romantic classics. You can even turn it into a clean-eating day where you only feed your body healthy things. If baking soothes you, bake some cupcakes for yourself.
Indulge in self-care activities
Self-care is the most important aspect of self-love. Make a list of everything that you love doing. You can start with having a scrumptious breakfast. Schedule a massage for later in the day, followed by some skincare session at the salon or at home. You can also paint to relax, do some meditation or read a book you love.
Valentine's Day is all about expressing love and it doesn't always have to be for someone you know. A selfless act for the needy feeds our soul as well. Devote your day to fostering a shelter animal or working at a soup kitchen. Distribute sweets and some food to the kids on the streets. You are going to go to bed happier than ever.
Enjoy a movie marathon
Have a movie marathon all by yourself or with friends. Go for a franchise like Harry Potter or the Marvel films, as this way you won't have to brainstorm over what to watch. You can also watch your favorite rom-coms for a kick of love. Make sure you have plenty of food and switch off your phone for a disturbance-free day.Share this timeline