Who says on Valentine's Day everyone needs to be a duo? However, if you are looking to get out of the house and meet like minded people here are five tips that will get you moving in the right direction. Jessica Valentine from The St Albans Wellness Centre suggests you try these 5 top tips to help motivate you.
1. Hook up with friends. Who says that Valentine's Day always needs to be a duo? Call your friends to see what they are up to. You may surprise yourself. They may invite you to come with them to a movie or dinner. Who says three always has to be a crowd?
2. Treat yourself. Whether it is a mani or a pedi, a day at the spa, meal out or tickets to that show you've always wanted to see- treat yourself! Do something for yourself that you wouldn't normally do- buy that cool jumper you've had your eye on for a while or take a bubble bath with candles. After all- you're worth it!
3. Go to a party or plan a party. Everyone likes a good party! Why not make it a Valentine's Day themed party? Everyone has to wear silly red sweaters or something sexy. I will leave that up to your own imagination. If you don't want to sit at home on your own- then don't! Get out there, be proactive and do something about it. You don't want your flat to be over crowded with party people- get your neighbour to throw the party if he or she has the space. Let's innovate!
4. Cook a nice meal for yourself. You don't need to be Jamie Oliver to get those hot buns in the kitchen and cook. Grab a cookbook from Waitrose or your local supermarket and/or get on line to search for a recipe. Is there anything you've always wanted to try, but never had the chance to? Well, here is your shot!
5. Get involved. What is it that you actually like doing? Is it walking, hiking or biking? Is it art, museums, children, or pets? Whatever it is join like minded people. Do you like modern art? Then get yourself to The Tate Museum in London. This will be a trip you won't forget. Indulge in the things that you like to do. If you like sport spend the day watching your favourite team. It is as simple as that. If you have children and you are single find organisations where others have that same interest. Trust me, they are out there! You just need to find them!
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