Valentine’s Day – Love Is In The Air

I have a lot of friends who are single, who inevitably end up feeling a bit down in the dumps when Valentine’s Day rolls around. All the talk about romance, and sharing special moments with your loved ones. Especially when the last man you dated decided you should be the first one he “came out” to, or the one before that who was married with two children and dating three other women – besides you!

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I might be in a relationship; however, I am a firm believer that Valentine’s Day should be about loving yourself. Loving your friends. Loving the world that you live in. If you have a significant other – then by all means, love them too! You cannot love others though until you love yourself.

Last year I celebrated Valentine’s Day doing exactly what I wanted – absolutely NOTHING. I took 24 hours to just pamper me, myself and I. I also sent out a Twitter Connect message asking about Valentine’s Day Experiences as well as Most Favorite Gift to Receive.

This year I’m doing the Twitter Connect once again! Leave a reply on the tweets below or leave a comment on this post and let us know what your plans are this year! You might just be featured in an upcoming article about the most unique and original ways to say “I love you!”

Share your Valentine’s Day memories with us in the comments below!

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7 Comments

  1. If you are good to yourself, then you have the ability to be good to all!

  2. You are absolutely right!  And we can't love anyone else if we don't love ourselves first!!  I am a firm believer in that.  We also should be showing people we love them all year round, not just holidays.

  3. This is a great post – short and sweet. It really makes me feel better about not having a significant other to spend Valentine's Day with. I should share my love with the people who are in my life right now! Thank you. =)

  4. That is so true about love yourself along your friends . I am so lucky too found a great man going too marry in May will be my first marriage at my age in my 50's

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