Single Ladies: 4 Random Valentine’s Day Alternatives

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Now, back when I was single, I HATED Valentine’s Day. I hated it so much, that I could barely stand the whole month of February. Valentine’s Day was just a huge reminder that I was single, and it made me feel awful. But, You know what? It doesn’t have to be that way! You don’t have to feel like crap on Valentine’s Day just because you don’t have anyone to cuddle with.

There are the typical suggestions that you might hear; eat an entire gallon of cookie dough ice cream, buy a kitten, and cry into your heart shaped chocolate box, you know, the usual. I’m not going to give you those kinds of suggestions (unless you really want to be miserable).

1. Dye your hair. I’m serious. I feel the most awesome about myself when I have a new hair color. It’s so fun! You’re like a new person when you get done. If you don’t want to go that drastic, you can always get a new haircut. Or you can do both! It doesn’t matter it is completely up to you. You can also try new make-up styles if you so wish.

2. Watch Mean Girls. I don’t think this one needs much explaining. Watching Mean Girls can be the remedy for anything, but especially if you want to enjoy yourself as a lone ranger on the day of love.

3. Get the friends together, and GO OUT! Go to a club and get your grind on with whoever you please. You are single and you have absolutely no one to answer to! Going to clubs with your girlfriends is way more fun than a boyfriend anyway. You get to skip that whole “I don’t know if we should dirty dance or whatever, this is so awkward” phase. Who knows, you could even meet a guy there. if not, when some douche with earrings and a flat billed cap starts talking to you, your girlfriends will pull an evasive maneuver and get you out of there.

4. Make one of the millions of Pinterest projects that you keep telling yourself you are going to make, but you actually never end up making. I know you’ve got one, we all do. Just get your supplies and make the darn thing!

Basically, if you are single on Valentine’s Day, do all the things you wouldn’t be able to do if you were dating someone. You are free! Embrace it baby! Do whatever you feel like and throw the whole sad, single with cats, attitude away.

Places to avoid if you don’t want to be reminded you are alone:

The movies-prime date spot (even though its lame),

Parks- always going to be a couple on a picnic,

Fancy restaurants- guys trying to impress, of course.

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