You can embrace the spirit of the holiday or avoid it altogether.
It’s no secret that love is in the air around Valentine’s Day. Between the heart-shaped decorations, sentimental gifts, and festive greeting cards that pop up everywhere, it can feel like an occasion that's only meant for couples. But you don't have to be in a relationship to enjoy the holiday. In fact, experiencing it solo may even be more of a reason to celebrate!
For one thing, being single on Valentine's Day means you can spend the holiday however you choose, without the pressure of having to pull off a bold romantic gesture or spend a lot of money. While others are going on dates, you can set aside time to be with friends and family, practice some self-care, or even take a trip. We’ve gathered a list of several Valentine’s Day activities you can partake in on your own, which range from embracing the spirit of the holiday to totally ignoring it. Whichever route you choose, you might just fall head over heels for the single life.
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