How To Have Fun When You're Single On Valentine's Day
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How To Have Fun When You're Single On Valentine's Day

Even us single people can enjoy the day too.

How To Have Fun When You're Single On Valentine's Day

So you're single on Valentines day, welcome to the club. There isn't anything particularly bad about being since on V day because well, that holiday isn't only about being with your significant other. It can also be about loving and appreciating your friends and family, because they also love too. But, I do know being single on that day kind of sucks, because it does feel lonely. Have no fear, however, here are some things you can do to entertain yourself on Valentines Day:

1. Treat yourself

We've all heard that famous phrase from Parks and Recreation, and you know what, Tom and Donna are right. Everyone deserves a day to treat yourself, so why not use Valentines Day as an excuse to do so.

2. Send love to your friends or family

Spend the day with them and remind them that they are loved too.

3. Do a "secret Valentine" with your friends

Kind of like secret santa only this time you'll be doing it on Valentines day.

4. Watch some movies with your celeb crush

Everyone needs some eye candy, even us single ladies.

5. Go to the movies

Either alone, or grab a group of friends, watch a Hollywood blockbuster after classes or work.

6. Have a Spa Day

If you can afford to go to an actual spa that is amazing, if not grab anything you'll need to have the best spa day at home.

7. Have a Foodie night

Eat all the food you want from pizza for dinner and an ice cream sundae for desert, it's the perfect day to eat how you want.

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