There’s Nothing Wrong with Spending Valentine’s Day Solo

Love is in the air. Flowers, chocolates, candy hearts, and everything cheesy red. But what about those of us who don’t have that cliché “special someone?” Alone shouldn't mean lonely, so here are our favorite ideas for celebrating (or just surviving) Valentine’s Day solo.
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Love is in the air. Flowers, chocolates, candy hearts, and everything cheesy red. But what about those of us who don’t have that cliché “special someone?” Alone shouldn't mean lonely, so here are our favorite ideas for celebrating (or just surviving) Valentine’s Day solo.

Love is in the air. Flowers, chocolates, candy hearts, and everything cheesy red. But what about those of us who don’t have that cliché “special someone?” Alone shouldn't mean lonely, so here are our favorite ideas for celebrating (or just surviving) Valentine’s Day solo.

Feeling selfish? Forget bubble baths and candles. Put on your softest PJs (we'd recommend a matching set) and curl up on the couch with as much junk food and trashy TV as you can handle. Really. Just do it.

Feeling generous? Pick up the phone and call your parents, grandparents, and best friends, just to say hi and let them know you’re thinking of them. It's sentimental, yes, but making them feel special will probably also make you feel the same way. Of course, it goes without saying, you should make all calls while indulging in plenty of chocolate and champagne.

What are your favorite tips for hanging solo on Valentine’s Day?