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Singles Guide to Valentines’s Day

It’s almost that time of the year when the Single life might be a bit of a struggle for some but I’m going to give you a few tips and activities on how to get through Valentine’s Day living single.

First things first, realize and understand that you don’t always need to be in the company of others. Get to enjoying things on your own so when you do have someone to share it with it only adds to the experience. I’ve learned in my singleness that I can have fun by myself and depending on others doesn’t limit my fun. Being that I consider myself to be an introvert, my dependence on others can sometimes be non-existent. Simply put,  I can depend on me and when it comes to participating in my interest and things may fall through with others, I don’t let that dictate my plans especially when it concerns traveling or eating which are two of my favorite things to do. If I want to do something, I do it. Sometimes my friends ask how could you do this or that alone. I look at them and say why not? 

Tips and activities:

  1. Don’t get caught up in the Day. February is just like July 9th, which is another day, but we’ve seemed to have added more value to it whether it be sentimental value or monetary. Layman’s terms: Don’t sulk in sorrow.

  2. Hang out with your girls or homies. Get a few ideas of things you all might be interested in doing and go from there. We know it’ll be a for sure good time with plenty of laughs. Indulge in the best chocolates and a little alcohol or wine but make sure somebody is being responsible. We don’t want to have any embarrassing IG or Snapchat videos. But hey if they make it to Snapchat, with the way this new update is set up, you’ll either go viral or won’t have as many views of the embarrassment. lol

  3. Treat yourself. Whether it be that you want to have a Spa Day, Splurge on a fancy meal, go to the movies, or go on a day trip to that cool place you want to visit that’s close by. Groupon has some really cool deals around your city whether it be an activity, food, or a gift. You can’t go wrong especially when you’re saving money!

  4. Gift your siblings or cousins something special. I’m sure it’ll bring a smile to their face knowing that you thought of them and it’ll bring some warmth to your heart knowing that you thought of them.  

  5. Of course this will be either on Valentine’s Day and the days after, but go out and by all that delicious discount candy and get chocolate wasted. Who doesn’t love a good deal right? My dad stacks up on seasonal candy so I’m looking forward to February 15th. lol


If you find any discounted Cordial Cherry Hershey Kisses, send them my way. I love those things!



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