Welcome to the wonderful and nonexistent love life that is mine. Don’t believe me? Well here’s a list of my Valentine’s day agenda:
- nap session with my puppy
- binge watching on Netflix
- see how many Valentines posts on Instagram that I can ignore
- listening to happy songs on Spotify
- going out with my best friend
- “going out”=going to the barn to see our horses
- jam out session to Single Ladies
So, as you can see, I have gotten the routine down to a “T.”
Being single on Valentines day is no epic feat. It is like being single ever other day of the year. There is no reason to do anything different. Just live your life. Tell your loved ones that you love them.
And you don’t have to have a significant other to celebrate valentine’s day.
Just lay some love on your family and friends who have always been there for you. You don’t need to love someone romantically to be complete or happy.
And you certainly don’t need a S/O to buy the discount chocolate February 15th.
You are a strong, independent person who happens to be in love with chocolate and pizza and puppies. Or is that just me?
Well, there are some good things to come from being single.For example, independence. You gain a sense of empowerment. You realize you can live without the other gender romantically. And you’re a single pringle, baby! Ready to mingle 😉
Or, if not, kudos to you for being in a happy relationship.
Just celebrate Valentine’s day with your loved one’s and have a good time doing so.
If you think I don’t have a life, I am here to inform you that you are probably right but I actually do have plans.
But even if I didn’t have plans…