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6 Singles Valentine’s Day Tips

By: Blusatire 

It’s Valentine’s Day, so you know what that means! FEELINGS. A variety of feelings will explode today because of this one holiday, whether they are positive or negative. I remember on Christmas day, people were saying, Valentine’s Day is around the corner. I guess New Years doesn’t count.

First let me start this blog off with some things I find funny and take this day to smile and laugh.  Here are some facts and opinions I would like to share. Welcome to Valentine’s Day, the day of love. The day couples show how much they love each other, somehow making the other 364 days of the year “practice”. The day single people are suddenly aware of their singleness, and decide that it is now time to feel some type of way. The day where durex says condom sales are 30 percent higher, yet November babies will increase every year. I guess that’s why March has the highest number of at home pregnancy test sold every year #PullOutForWhat.

Did you get a card today? Shout out to 50 percent of those cards for being bought at least 6 days prior, who says you can’t procrastinate with love? Where in Japan, women are expected to give Men gifts and Chocolates on this day, but try that sh*t in America. I’m still trying to figure out who Valentine’s is? We say it’s a woman’s holiday, but women purchase 85 percent of all gifts. #HowSway. I mean 15 percent of women buy themselves flowers, so maybe that’s why.

But enough of that, lets speak to the single people real quick. I know this day can be hard for some, and others quite frankly don’t care, but here are some tips to celebrate regardless if you lack a significant other.


  1. Love yourself – It’s really not that hard to do. Treat yourself to something nice. Netflix and chill, with yourself. Spend all your hard earned money on you. Ain’t nothing wrong with going out by yourself. Just do it and do it proudly. Self -love is the best love.

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  1. Send love to other people – You might not care about Valentine’s Day, but know someone who does and is dreading the day. Send a gift to someone, and make their day, you would be surprised out how providing happiness for someone else can put a smile on your face. Go visit people who are also to themselves. Might even be a great time for some community service in the form of visiting patients, or elders in a nursing home.


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