Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Most people may be planning their day with their significant other, some may not have any plans yet. This particular week can be torturous for those who are happily single.
Since Valentine’s Day is made out to be such a big deal, the constant barrage of questions about ‘plans’ can be annoying. Some breeze through it like a boss while others have some difficulties going through the day without feeling bad for themselves.
Let’s make one thing clear: The world doesn’t have to end just because you don’t have a partner on Valentine’s Day. Yes, sometimes the pressure is real- with headlines like “How To Make Your Partner Happy This Valentine”, Gift Ideas For Your Bae This Valentine”.
Four Ways To Breeze Through Valentine’s Day If You’re Single
Here are our two cents on surviving those annoying people/questions this year around.
Master Shifu was right when he talked about finding peace within ourselves. “Once I realized the problem was not you but within me. I found inner peace and was able to harness the flow of the universe.” Master Shifu, keep talking, don’t stop. The ideal thing to know that everything in Universe will be right if all is well within.
Don’t Wait For Someone to Make Plans
The problem occurs when we wait for someone to take the lead. Go ahead and make your own plans- solo or with friends. It is great to have a meal by yourself once in a while. Sometimes even taking a trip helps. Do we even begin about the therapeutic effects of taking a solo trip?
What I want for Valentine's Day pic.twitter.com/vF5f3p8xKr
— FREDDY (@FreddyAmazin) February 1, 2017
It’s OK To Not Have Plans
With all the hype around Valentine’s Day, one is pressured into doing something. It feels as if the day is incomplete if there aren’t any plans. Well, it is okay to not have plans as long as you don’t feel like having one. It is okay to have a nice time relaxing at home and sipping on some hot chocolate and binge-watching a television series.
My Valentine's Day Goals pic.twitter.com/BCCvqkbxUy
— Female Pains (@FemalePains) February 2, 2017
Busy schedules makes one lose touch with friends and family members. Use the time to reconnect with old pals. Drop a message on Facebook or just pick up the phone and talk to them. Know what is happening in their lives and share what is happening in yours.
So here you go, have a great day and make the most of what you have now!