How To Celebrate Valentine’s Day When You Are Single

How To Celebrate Valentine's Day When You Are Single

If you are in a relationship on Valentine’s Day, it is a time to remember all of the reasons you are together. It is a cute and happy holiday. However, if you are single you might not be so excited for Valentine’s Day. But being single on Valentine’s Day doesn’t mean you have to lock yourself away or not enjoy the day.
Your mood and outlook about Valentine’s Day is up to you. So choose to enjoy it! Here is a list of things to do on Valentine’s Day when you are single.

1. Sign up for a subscription box. Find something that you love and find a cool subscription box geared towards it. Single swag is one of my favorites! https://www.singlesswag.com/

Another one of my favorites is Ipsy. If you are a makeup lover definitely treat yourself to this! https://www.ipsy.com/new?cid=ppage_ref&sid=link&refer=uog94

Stitch Fix is the absolute best if you are looking to shake up your wardrobe. I have been ordering boxes from them for about 2 years. Spoil yourself for Valentine’s Day. Use this code and get $25 toward your order. https://www.stitchfix.com/referral/danieleschreier?som=c&sod=w

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2. Babysit for a couple who rarely gets a night out. Me? I love being the cool Auntie. Hang out with your nieces and nephews for the evening. I never feel more loved then when I am with those children! 

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3. Throw an Anti Valentine’s Day Party. Take a page out of Jessica Biel’s book from the movie Valentine’s Day. Get together your single friends and have a blast. Surely you are not the only one who is spending Valentine’s Day. Why not make it fun?

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4. Pamper yourself. I myself always love a good massage. A facial or pedicure will do too!

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5. Enjoy an indulgent night in. Light some candles, take a bubble bath, have a glass of wine, and enjoy some chocolate.

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6. Remember all of the reasons you love being single. While you normally love being single, you can get swept up in the loneliness of being alone on Valentine’s Day. DON’T! There are so many things that are awesome about being single. Take a minute to remember them. For example, I love being able to book a trip and get on a plane without checking in with anyone. I love being able to watch Netflix and chill with my dog whenever I want.

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7. Love yourself. Just because you are single (on Valentine’s Day no less) doesn’t mean you are unlovable. You are amazing, remind yourself of that. Above all else practice self-love.

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Single? Taken? Who cares you are awesome! Don’t let Valentine’s Day ruin your day, or even worse make you feel bad about yourself! “To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.” — Oscar Wilde

Don’t forget to check out another post for Single Women on Valentine’s Day http://www.fabulouslysingle.life/valentines-day-for-single-women/

Responses to the question "Why are you still single"

Responses to the question “Why are you still single”

Responses to the question "Why are you still single"

We all know those people who ask inappropriate questions. When are you going to have kids, why aren’t you two married yet, and wait for it… why are you still single.

First off, let me point out that by using the word still in the question it makes it seem like there is something wrong with being single. That it is a condition that needs to be rectified. Somehow, it makes the question even more offensive.

Yes, the question with or without the word still is inappropriate. Unfortunately it is hard to avoid all nosy and/or rude people. Here are some of my favorite responses to the question why are you still single?

  •  I’m in a passionate love affair with myself. 
  • Not everyone can handle fabulous
  • My bed only has enough room for me and my dogs
  • I don’t know, why are you still married
  • Because I would rather have a significant income than a significant other
  • I’m  just lucky I guess.
  • I’m not single, I’m in a long term relationship with fun and freedom
  • Getting into a relationship seems like a good idea, but so did getting on the Titanic and look at what happened there. 
  • I’m single at heart
  • Because no company is better than bad company.

Now, remember as annoyed as we singles are by this question, rarely does the person asking mean any harm. Odds are they do not even realize that they are being rude. The important thing is to not let it bother you. Being single is amazing and liberating! Revel in your freedom.

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Dear Mr Creepy

Dear Mr Creepy

Dear Mr Creepy

Dear Mr Creepy, 

While I’m sure your intentions are good (in your mind) you are really being creepy. I mean making my skin crawl creepy. Have you ever stopped to think that this creepy behavior is exactly why you are single?

Yes no one wants a total douche bag. However women also don’t want a man who suffocates them, who we can walk all over, or who makes us physically uncomfortable. Here are several things that you should NEVER do.

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Run into her one to many creepy times.

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Unceasingly Complimenting her.

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Finding and following her on ALL of her social media accounts.

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Once finding her on those accounts, going back and liking every photo.

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Mentioning love, marriage, and/or children very early on.

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Being exceedingly attentive. (Attentiveness is great, but texting constantly, asking where a woman is/was and who she is/was with comes across as clingy and insecure).

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Ignoring obvious cues that a woman IS NOT interested.

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Continuing to pursue a woman who has finally told you she is not interested.

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While we all probably do creepy things sometimes, I do not believe we do it intentionally. The last thing any normal guy should want is to be known as that creepy guy. So let me help you to not be that creepy guy.

Listen Mr Creepy, you can be nice without being a total creepster. What you may think of as caring and sweet, might be making women run for the hills. Take a step back and ask yourself if your behavior is stalkerish. Now, by no means am I saying to be an asshole. There is a big difference between being nice, creepy, and an asshole.

Check out Online Dating Making Women Want To Stay Single for more creepy things that men do. http://www.fabulouslysingle.life/online-dating-making-women-want-to-stay-single/

Until next time…