Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is Over. What Now?

Valentine’s Day has passed once again, and whether you felt the bliss of young love or celebrated another Single’s Awareness day, you’re likely feeling a bit of a Valentine’s slump. With all the hype and expectations that come along with the holiday, it’s no wonder we all feel a bit of a letdown once it has passed.

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Whether you want to keep the romance alive until next year, or are rocking the single life, we’ve got tips on how to make the most of life until next year other than bingeing on half-price chocolate.

Lovers

DO: Make time to specifically spend together
Make Saturdays movie day, set aside a couple nights a month to make dinner together, or find your own activity. No matter your interests as a couple, be sure to find time to do them together.

DON’T: Exclude your friends: single or in couples
It can be easy once you’ve found happiness in a relationship to get wrapped up in your own world. However, leaving people out will hurt everyone involved in the long run. Keep up your friendships, and make sure that you still have time to spend as individuals.

DO: What is right for you
If you’re blissfully in love and everything is great, then revel in it. If, however, things aren’t going so well, don’t feel like you have to stay in a relationship that isn’t working just for the sake of being in a relationship. Love is complicated, and no one has it all figured out. Ultimately, you need to be happy.

Single and Loving It

DO: Make the most of your single status
Get out and meet people, take up a hobby you’ve always been interested in, or take yourself out to dinner. You’re single, not dead, so go out and have fun!

DON’T: Get down on the idea of love
So what if you’re unattached right now? That doesn’t mean all hope is lost, and it certainly doesn’t prevent you from experiencing other kinds of love, like friendship and family.

DO: Whatever makes you happy
If you’re loving life, keep up whatever you’re doing, if not, change it up. A lot of people will try to tell you what you should or shouldn’t be doing, but ultimately it comes down to what you want. If you want a relationship, then pursue one. If not, that’s great too.

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Tips for Celebrating Valentine’s Day, Based on the Length of Your Relationship

girl and guy sitting on the beachIt’s almost here: Valentine’s Day! Somehow, this day has evolved from the ancient stories about a monk who married couples during a time when marriage was illegal to becoming a pink- and heart-filled day that pressures people in relationship to declare their love and devotion for their significant other.

Personally, I love V-Day, but I do recognize that it has gotten a little out of hand and can leave many people wondering: How should I celebrate this day if I have only been with my significant other for a week/a month/a year, etc.?

Well, if you need tips for the proper Valentine’s Day Celebration, based on the length of your relationship, then look no further. You have come to the right place.

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Cheap Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you’re probably planning out the perfect date for that perfect someone. With your college budget, you may think your date options are limited.

Read these tips on how to make a magnificent evening for your significant other, while not breaking the bank.

Date-in: Order pizza and rent a movie. Make it special by cutting little hearts into the pizza, and pop in a romantic classic like Casablanca.

Breakfast and a matinee: Nothing says “I love you” like a stack of blueberry pancakes. Make them at home, in the dorm or head to the nearest diner. Save money with matinee-ticket pricing, and pick a light-hearted movie like a romantic comedy.

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How to Survive Valentine’s Day Single

Are heart-shaped chocolate boxes and overly-stuffed teddy bears making you sick to your stomach? Maybe it’s because you don’t have a date this Valentine’s Day and you’re dreading spending the whole day alone. However, Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be a day of misery for the relationship challenged.

Here are five ways to rock Valentine’s Day without a significant other:

Volunteer: Spend some time at a nursing home or a soup kitchen. Spending the day volunteering with others who need your help will make you feel good inside and less crappy about being alone.

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