So you’re single on date Valentines Day…
It’s OK, here’s what to do. With only a few days to go until Valentine’s Day so I thought I’d put something special together for the singles out there.
Now it doesn’t matter if you’re newly single or you’ve been flying solo for years, you too can enjoy celebrating Valentine’s day in style and give yourself some well-deserved love.
So many people put pressure on themselves as Valentine’s Day approaches especially if they are worried about being single on Valentine’s Day.
I get it.
It’s a combination of spending Christmas alone, hearing family and friends say, “You should meet someone”. Can you relate?
Then there’s your own desire to have someone in your life and share those tender moments. Which as a result is the motivation for that good old new year’s resolution to meet someone?
As January fly’s by, you suddenly hit with the anxiety spending Valentine’s day alone when you set a goal to meet someone. So, the pressure kicks in.
It doesn’t have to be this way!
The reality the day doesn’t need to be spent with someone else that is special. It’s a day to remember that you are special that love is sacred and to be kind to yourself. LOVE yourself!
What matters most is that you look after you and manage your mindset.
If you are alone on Valentine’s Day, it absolutely OK to get out and celebrate with friends, eat out dinner alone. Order the most delicious food, find a place you have always wanted to go to and spoil yourself.
Send yourself flowers, buy yourself a gift, take yourself to the spa, get a massage, have a long soak in the bath do whatever makes you feel good because you deserve it!
Give yourself the gift of love and be proud of it.
Thousands would love to have the confidence to do the same I’m sure. You never know you could start a new trend 🙂 Dwelling on being single is not an option.
There will be a time when you have someone amazing in your life to celebrate Valentine’s Day with.
So, make sure you don’t rush in for the sake of it.
It can be tough to get out of a bad relationship and often the most charming people are the worst. Be smart, watch and fall in love slowly. Start with yourself.
You see, Valentine’s day is the perfect opportunity to set the benchmark how you want to be treated, raise your standards.
The old cliché is true, “You must love yourself first because that’s who you’ll spend the rest of your life with”.
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