Did you know that Valentine’s Day and Christmas Day are the two holidays where people are most likely to reach out to an ex-partner when they start experiencing the classic festive feelings of loneliness? Don’t allow the holiday solitude cause you to reach out to a toxic person from your past that you left behind with good reason. It’s so much better to be alone than be with the wrong person. Love should be supportive, uplifting, happy and fun.
Single Life: 4 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day
Carrie Bradshaw and her BFF’s characters on Sex and the City were pioneers in making women realize that being single can be just as fun and fulfilling as being in a loved up relationship.
1. Round up your squad.
Get your single ride or die girlfriends together for dinner and drinks.
2. Treat yourself.
Book a spa day packed with the ultimate pampering packages to make you feel amazing.
3. Date yourself.
Organize a marathon of your favorite feel-good movies that make you feel uplifted and happy. Order your favorite takeout and open your favorite bottle of wine. The night is yours!
4. Buy yourself a gift.
Buy something you’ve had your eye on forever completely guilt-free.
How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day when you’re single? Tweet me @lorenridinger.