How To Celebrate Valentine’s Day Alone

How to celebrate Valentine's day alone

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Are you looking for ideas on how to celebrate Valentine’s day alone?

Being single on Valentine’s day is one of the best things that can happen to you because it gives you the opportunity to take proper care of yourself and work on your own happiness.

While it might seem like not having a boyfriend on Valentine’s Day is the worst thing ever, it actually isn’t that bad to not be seeing someone during the holiday of love.

Even without a boyfriend by your side, there are still plenty things you can do to celebrate on Valentine’s day.

Whether you’re looking for something fun to do at home or the best way to spend the night out, I’m going to give you ideas on how to celebrate Valentine’s day alone.


How To Celebrate Valentine's Day Alone

1. Buy a personalized gift for yourself

This is the number one thing on my list because your happiness should be your priority.

When was the last time you bought yourself a cute little something to celebrate your awesomeness?

Instead of throwing a pity party for not having a boyfriend, go get yourself something really nice to appreciate your personality.

Personalized gifts are often great presents to show love during holidays or celebrations.

2. Organize a spa day at home

Valentine’s day would be the worst day to visit a spa because you’ll see lots of couples getting massages and all sorts of luxury treatment.

Save yourself the trauma and organize a fancy spa day at home with everything you need to pamper yourself.

Take a long bath, give yourself a face mask and paint your nails. You totally deserve it!

3. Grab a cold drink

On this special day, you need to show yourself lots of love and you can do that by relaxing at home.

What better way to relax than having a glass of champagne or a can of chilled beer made by Melvin Brewing?

Just don’t go overboard with the drink so you don’t end up with a nasty hangover the next day.

4. Watch lots of interesting movies

The exciting thing about this idea is that you can either do it at home by picking out some of your favorite movies and watching them from your couch while munching on cookies or popcorn.

Or you can go over to your local theater and entertain yourself with some of the latest flicks with the rest of the crowd.

How To Celebrate Valentine's Day Alone

5. Call your loved ones

Since it’s a day of love, it’s only appropriate to call your loved ones who are not currently with you.

If you’re in the mood for it, consider doing a video call with your family members and friends.

Don’t forget to shower and wear some make-up before you show your face on a screen.

6. Give someone a thoughtful gift

If you know anyone who could really appreciate a gift from you, pick a nice present that’s budget-friendly and brighten up someone’s day.

Gift ideas could include cute things like bullet journals, chocolates, flowers, gift cards, spa baskets, handmade gifts and movie tickets.

7. Engage in your favorite hobbies

Do you have any favorite hobbies you enjoy doing? Create time to do those things you love today. It doesn’t matter what it is as long as you enjoy doing it.

Pick up a few supplies from a nearby store and immense yourself in your hobbies. You’ll be glad you did!

8. Try volunteering

Have you considered that there are other people around you that might not be getting some love on Valentine’s day because they have no one to show them love?

Instead of feeling depressed and curling up at home, visit your local animal shelter, nursing home, or hospital and spread some love to people who really need it.

How To Celebrate Valentine's Day Alone

9. Visit an old friend

We all have that one friend who is special to us but we never find the time to visit.

On this special day of love, it would mean a lot to pay a visit to someone you’ve not seen in a long time.

If you know a friend who might be feeling lonely on Valentine’s day, drop by and say hello. You might just save a life!

10. Cook your favorite meal

When last did you cook up a storm in your kitchen? If you’ve been filling your belly with take-outs and junk food, do yourself a huge favor by cooking some healthy meals today.

Write a shopping list, pick the ingredients you need from the grocery store and keep yourself busy in the kitchen.

11. Plan a girl’s outing with your single friends

If you have single friends who are less busy today, plan a day out as a group to explore the area.

Being in the company of others in the same situation as you will help to ease your loneliness on Valentine’s day.

Attend a concert, visit the Cinema, go to a karaoke club, visit the museum or go to a carnival with your single friends. Make sure you have lots of fun together!

12. Host a fancy game night at home

If going out isn’t an option for you, hosting a fancy game night at home would also be a nice idea.

Invite your friends over in the evening to play some interesting games.

Have fun winning each other and laughing out loud. You can also turn game night into a sleepover if you like the idea.

How To Celebrate Valentine's Day Alone

13. Start something new

On a more serious note, you can be more adventurous on Valentine’s day by starting something new and seeing where it leads.

I started my blog on February 14th, 2016 when I had to spend the day alone because my boyfriend couldn’t make it on time.

I’m still enjoying this favorite hobby of mine that I started accidentally several years ago.

14. Stay away from social media

We all know how social media looks like on Valentine’s day every year.

Our married friends and engaged friends will fill up their timelines with adorable couple photos that can make us cry.

To avoid feeling sorry for yourself, stay away from social media on V-day. Focus on yourself and your happiness instead.

15. Have a solo party at home

This is one of my best ways to celebrate Valentine’s day alone. Turn into your own personal disc jockey and lighten up the night.

Play some upbeat songs that can get you into dance mode and happy mode. Stay away from romantic songs and blues that remind you of love.

Enjoy a solo party at home and dance till you can’t go on. You can also invite some friends over if you want to make the night more fun.

How To Celebrate Valentine's Day Alone

Your happiness shouldn’t be based on your relationship status. Work on being happy first before you get into a relationship with someone.

Learn to enjoy yourself as a single person so that you can have a healthy relationship without clinginess or dependence on another person.

Being single on Valentine’s day isn’t a bad idea as long as you have fun things to keep you busy.

Don’t let your single hood make you feel depressed or sad. It’s just one day and it will surely pass.

Try some of these ideas I’ve mentioned in my post and have a blast on Valentine’s day.


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