Fun Valentine's Day Activities
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Fun Valentine's Day Activities

No matter if you're in a relationship or not, you can still enjoy February 14th.

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Valentine's Day is almost here. Whether you're in a relationship or not, you can still have an enjoyable February 14th. Here are some fun ideas to do for yourself, your friends, your BF/GF, and even your family. Spreading love is good karma, I promise. Happy Valentine's Day!


Buy yourself a gift. Just do it. PS: Spa days are excellent, just saying.

Watch all the rom-coms you want. #NoRegrets, just bring tissues.

Eat chocolate. You deserve it.

And since Valentine's Day falls on a Tuesday this your homework or go to class if you have it. This especially works if you're single & not loving it.


Order in. Takeout is convenient and you can all find something you love.

Go out for ice cream. Yum!

Casual coffee hangout at Starbucks. Because who doesn't love coffee or cremes at a time like this?

Share your favorite Valentine's Day memory....funny, romantic, whatever! It's fun and you'll feel less alone with any awkward moments you may have had over the years.


Buy them a gift and a card. It's the nice thing to do.

Reserve a spot at a restaurant you both love. Don't forget to dress up!

Picnic in the park (weather permitting!) Because how cute is that?

Or, homemade gifts and pictures of the two of you are always nice to reminisce and look at. Trust me.


Have a game night. No better time like the present to break out the board games.

Make fondue. Cheese or chocolate is always a good choice!

Watch a movie and drink hot chocolate or tea. It's cozy and comforting.

Curl up in pajamas and actually talk to one another. Just do it, you'll feel closer to each other than ever before. Boyfriends/girlfriends will come and go, but your family will always be there.

Wherever you are and whoever you're with this February 14th, make it a good one.

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