slides: 20 Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day Single
Friday, February 13, 2015
If you're in the singles boat again this Valentine's day, you may be feeling sad, angry, lonely or maybe very happy.
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Whether you just got dumped and have spent the past week drowning your sorrows with wine and ice cream, or you're loving the freedom of single life, nobody wants to feel bored or lonely on a holiday completely devoted to romantic love.
That's why GoLocalProv has compiled a list of activities and ideas for things to do for all you singles on Valentine's day.
Throw a party, see a show, or get out of town this February 14th. And remember, there is nothing wrong with being single.
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The Classic: Solo Pizza & Wine Night
If you're single, you probably have solo pizza and wine nights all the time.
Papa Johns on speed dial. Cupboard stocked with 2 buck chuck.
But for Valentine's pizza and wine night, maybe order some fancier pizza and shell out for a nicer bottle. Treat yourself.
Better Yet, Take Yourself Out
If you can't cook or just plain hate doing it, but still want to do something nice for yourself, go on a date.
A date with yourself.
There's nothing more empowering than going out to dinner and sitting alone confidently and contently. That's actually pretty hot.
Get Yourself a Massage
Maybe you're single because you work so hard and so you're tense, stressed and stiff.
Or maybe you enjoy being single, but miss the built-in masseuse that comes with having a partner.
If so, treat yourself to a professional massage.
Relax, breathe, close your eyes.
You deserve this.
How About Just One Big Treat Yourself Day!
Why not just do it all? Have one big day of fun and pampering all about you.
Okay. Start with the massage, then go shopping for lingerie or new clothes, next get a makeover, and end the day with one of these three previously mentioned dinner options:
1. Solo pizza & wine night.
2. Cook for yourself
3. Take yourself out
Remember That Your Serial Monogamous Friends Are Missing Out
Everyone has at least one friend who's never really been single. When one relationship ends for this person, a new one begins.
HOW DO THEY DO THAT?
There's something to be said for being single and content. Being happy alone is truly the best, and also, you can do whatever you want, whenever you want. And that's a beautiful thing.
Throw an Anti - Valentine's Day Party
Also known as "Screw Valentine's Day" parties, or "I hate love and happiness" parties, an anti-Valentine's day party will surely make the holiday one to remember, (or forget).
And guess what? You only need two things to throw an anti-Valentine's day party:
1. Single people.
Laugh. Just laugh, because it's a lot better than crying.
Do: See a comdey, like the new The Sponge Bob movie. Who can't laugh at Sponge Bob?
Don't: See 50 Shades of Grey.
Do: Watch Pineapple Express and drink tequilla.
Don't: Watch The Notebook and inhale a gallon of ice cream.
It will destroy you.
Give Away Your Ex's Stuff
You know you've been holding onto that box of your ex's stuff for way too long. Even if you no longer pull out the old sweatshirt and burry your teary-eyed face in its nostalgic smell, it's still there.
Giving away the stuff is symbolic of letting go, and as hard as letting go can be sometimes, it also feels pretty good.
If you're out and about on Valentine's day and you see someone eating alone at restaurant or coffee shop, sit with them.
Not only might your friendliness make their day, but you might meet someone wonderful. What have you got to lose right?
What if someone great befriended you while you were out on your dinner date for one?
Adopt a Pet
Nothing in the world can love you more unconditionally than a pet. If you've been thinking about adopting, Valentine's day might be the perfect time.
Take a Day Trip
Maybe you told your ex to "get out of town," or "take a hike," but now you should do the same.
Luckily, Valentine's day falls on a Saturday this year. So for many of us that means no work. Take a road trip up north or drive out to our famous beaches for a beautiful coastal day, even in the winter.
Write a Love Letter to Yourself
If you've been through a bad break up recently or have simply lost sight of the things you like about yourself, write yourself a love letter.
Just as you would write down all the things you admire in somebody else, be a little narcissistic and do the same for yourself.
It might sound dumb and it might feel weird, but by the time you're done writing, you'll probably be a lot happier.