Ways Single Women Can Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Hey, Hey Girlies, Valentine’s Day is among us. This is the year where we are not going to let our status keep us from embracing the day. We are going to spend this Valentine’s Day loving on ourselves, speaking positive about ourselves, our current situations and providing ourselves with what we want or expect from a mate. According to webster’s definition of Valentine’s Day February 14th it is traditional to send a card, often anonymously, to a person one is ROMANTICALLY involved with or attracted to. Now that you have seen the definition, look in mirror, the reflection of the person staring back at you is your first love or it should be. That person deserves to be celebrated just as much as you want to love and celebrate another person. Let’s take Valentines Day by storm with a healthy view of this day. By learning that no matter your relationship status you do not have to be hurt, bitter or disappointed because you didn’t get candy, gifts, flowers, cards etc. from an outside source. Take this day to love on you.

Valentine’s Day is often associated with romantic couples, but it can also be a fun and meaningful day for singles. Here are some ways to celebrate this holiday as a single person:

Here are some ways single women can celebrate valentine’s day.

  1. Treat yourself: Indulge in your favorite activities, food, or treats. Buy yourself a gift, go to a spa, or take a relaxing bath.
  2. Surround yourself with loved ones: Spend time with friends and family who care about you. Plan a group outing, such as a movie or a dinner, or simply hang out at home together.
  3. Volunteer: Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to give back to the community. Volunteer at a local shelter, food bank, or organization in need of support.
  4. Explore a new hobby or activity: Take a cooking class, try a new workout, or learn a new skill. This is a great way to meet new people and challenge yourself.
  5. Travel: Take a solo trip or plan a getaway with friends. Traveling can be a great way to escape the daily routine and create new memories.
  6. Reflect and set goals: Use this day to reflect on your personal growth and set goals for the future. Write in a journal, meditate, or simply take some quiet time to yourself.

Remember, Valentine’s Day is about celebrating love, and there are many forms of love beyond romantic relationships. Celebrating self-love, friendship, and community can make for a fulfilling and memorable Valentine’s Day.

Natashia Crumpler Bobbitt

Natashia Bobbitt is a Paraprofessional in the mental health field. Originally from Fayetteville, NC, she relocated to Augusta, GA in 2017. She is recently obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. Natashia is a Mother, Writer, Filmmaker, Producer, and Certified Mental Health Coach who believes, you can accomplish anything when your passion meets purpose. Natashia has been a writer for over 20 years. Natashia Bobbitt is a Playwright turned Filmmaker whose play “The Words I didn’t Say” was selected and performed in Los Angeles, CA. She now has a short film streaming on Amazon Prime titled “Intoxicant” and multiple projects that are in various development stages. Natashia has been blessed to have healed from situations in her life and gifted to show others how to heal.

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