So, it’s Valentine’s Day, and you’re single. This day can be all about YOU, and you can enjoy the day by treating yourself! Gather up some single friends and make it a group effort! Here are 6 things singles can do on Valentine’s Day:
6 Things Singles Can Do On Valentine’s Day
Browse dating sites
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Treat yourself to some spoils that you deserve! Another fun option is to take in a popular Floating session – where you’ll be in a fiberglass capsule filled with warm water and Epsom salt. There, you can meditate, detox, reduce stress and relieve pain.
Make it a movie night
Head out to the store and grab your favorite treats – even if they aren’t within your diet restrictions. It’s a special day, so live it up! Relax in a bubble bath and put on your comfy pajamas. Then, turn on Netflix or watch your favorite movies while you cuddle up with your pet or favorite blanket on the couch. Sounds pretty relaxing, right? Add in a glass of wine and toast to yourself, because you deserve this!
If you have other single friends, celebrate your friendship with Galentine’s Day! This is a day to show your friends how much you love them and one of the best things singles can do on Valentine’s Day Host a party at your home, or meet up as a group at your favorite restaurant or bar. Either way, for those that don’t want to be alone on Valentine’s Day, this is a great option. You could even give each of your friends a special, personalized gift, like an Oil Diffuser Necklace or Groupon vouchers for their favorite activities. Whether you enjoy a delicious dinner together, grab drinks at your favorite bar, host an adult slumber party with the girls or just sit around and play board games, the best part will be that you’re together!
Valentine’s Day is all about showing love to the special people in your life. If you aren’t planning a special evening, maybe you can offer your time to a couple that could really use a night out! Offer to babysit and give parents a romantic night off from the family. You could even do some crafts with the kids, and let them create Valentine’s Day cards for their parents. What a wonderful surprise that would be when they return!
Tour the city
Maybe you’ll want to get out of the house and do a little exploring! Head out by yourself and explore your city. Dallas has some wonderful activities, museums, restaurants and much more that you may not have experienced yet.
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