A Singles’ Guide to Valentine’s Day

Another February means another Valentine’s Day, which calls for showing your significant other how much they mean to you. Not to mention showing love to consumerism by dropping lots of cash on overpriced chocolates and roses.

So what are you to do if you’re a well-adjusted person without a personal slave, I mean, partner? Presenting “The Single’s Guide to Valentine’s Day”, which is not a Top 10 because those are overrated.

A.) Go see a Movie that you know you wouldn’t watch with another person. It doesn’t have to be an abomination of a movie like Sausage Party, or The Room. Nor does it need to be a torturous experience like Human Centipede, but hey, going outside of your comfort zone builds character, right?

B.) Do some research on the Internet and look up a restaurant you want to try. If time allows, go there for lunch and really indulge yourself. Maybe even just order 3 desserts and a drink, because you won’t have to share.

C.) Dance like no one is watching. No, really. Find a nice isolated spot to dance to your own music, the louder you can get away with, the better. It’s great to let loose, and if you happen to practice your twerking, nobody will be the wiser. Except for the Glow Cloud.

D.) Give yourself some “Me Time”. Take a relaxing bath, go for an exploratory cruise, walk, or bike ride around the city, or sit down and try some of those mindfulness coloring pages that appear to be so popular. Alternatively, you can try taking candy from babies, just to see for yourself how easy it is.

The bottom line is, do whatever you enjoy that gives you time to reflect on what an awesome person you are. Everyone will go through Valentine’s Day in their own way, just like every other day, so you may as well enjoy yours.

Disclaimer: The writer of this article does not endorse taking candy or other items from babies. The movies aforementioned may be too intense for some viewers, viewer discretion is advised. An equal opportunity article. Other restrictions may apply.