Single on Valentine’s Day?
Don’t complain if you celebrate Valentine’s Day as single , it’s not the end of the world.
For singles there are three main ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day as a Traditional Valentine’s Day, a Damaged or Broken Heart Valentine’s Day or an Anti Valentine’s Day.
Which of these ways one chooses to celebrate depends a lot on the single person’s relationship status and/or their post break-up status.
Those who are still looking for love can view Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to connect with other singles.
Celebrate a Traditional Valentine’s Day with a Single Mingle Valentine Party for singles to meet other singles.
Those who have recently broken up might prefer celebrating a Damaged or Broken Heart Valentine’s Day and
those who are down on love post break up or delusion-ed with love or the over commercialization of Valentine’s Day might prefer an Anti Valentine’s Day party.
Of course one could decide to ignore Valentine’s day all together, but that isn’t as much fun.
So if you are single Spoil yourself by going to a Spa Day . This will be Fun too.Think about all the marvelous benefits of being single,
from not fighting over the TV remote control to being able to keep your living space as clean or as messy as you’d like.
Just say I don’t care I love it being Single.