How to keep yourself busy this Valentine's Day There are many reasons for not celebrating Valentine's Day, you may be single, you may have to work or as a couple you may not be into the whole Valentine's Day celebration; either way you'll still have to keep yourself busy on February 14th and with these tips, it won't be hard at all!
Valentine's Day is about celebrating a relationship and who says it has to be with a partner? What about your friends? Spending the day with your closest girlfriends, it will be a lot more fun and you won't even have time to roll your eyes in disgust at the loved up couples!
The weather is still great in February; enjoy the sunshine with friends by heading out into the backyard, to a park or the beach for some sport, sun, drinks and a BBQ. If you want a fun night, organise to go out with some of your closest girl friends for a dance.
Don't forget your family on the most loving day of the year! Get together for a family dinner, it will encourage you to spend time with your family and having a dinner together would be a great way of catching up.
If you are single, keep an eye out for singles events in your local area, chances are there will be more outings designed for those who are single than those who are in a relationship!
Are you lucky enough to not have to buy a gift for someone else? Buy one for yourself! Indulge yourself with clothes, accessories, bubbly or beauty treatments.
If you find it hard on Valentine's Day, think of your friends, they may too, and just because you're not in a relationship doesn't mean you can't make someone else day! Send a Valentine's Day e-card to a friend or even someone you have a secret crush on.
Valentine's Day puts a lot of pressure on couples to have a perfect day- which often turns out stressful and expensive. So, remember that if you are single this Valentine's Day most of your female companions are jealous of you and your glamorous, yet adventurous, lifestyle! Smile as most envy you