February 14th is one of the most disliked holidays when you are single. Who says that you have to spend it with someone?
Have a movie marathon. Whether you go out to the movie theater or stay home and chill, watching Netflix. Watch the latest flicks. A romantic comedy like "To All The Boys I Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You" or "The Bachelor." A thriller or action film like "Interrogation." You name it, they have what you are looking for.
Binge watch a brand new or a repeated show that you love so much. Maybe it's "Grey's Anatomy" to find who else is falling in love with who. "Friends" to make you laugh.
Try something new. Whether it's cooking, baking, or both. Cook yourself a well-earned dinner or bake a cupcake. Create a new dish that you'll definitely devour later. Have fun and create new friends. Go to a carnival or arcade. Throw some balls into a hoop, use a water gun to aim at the hole, then win yourself a giant teddy bear.
Start reading or writing. Maybe as you grew up, reading wasn't your passion because it was boring or you just haven't tried it. Well, take Valentine's Day to start reading a book or even writing one. You never know what comes out when you're alone on Valentine's Day.
Make extra cash. We all love making money, right? So, why not babysit the kids of those couples that go out on their date? You'll be stuck with kids but you'll be getting paid. Now, that's a good way to spend Valentine's Day.
Clean and organize. It's Friday night. Start in your closet and take out clothes that you either don't wear anymore or don't fit. You can donate the clothes to a shelter. Make a good deed on Valentine's Day. Organize your room. Turn your room into a type of office, to make it more comfortable to study or do homework.
After all, if you don't want to spend Valentine's Day alone, then you can always have a night out with your girlfriends.