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The end of January/beginning of February has to be the absolute worst time to start a new relationship, or even to just start dating someone new. A few of my friends are dealing with this exact situation right now.
These unique Valentine's Day ideas will put some fresh energy into your date this year: 1. feature on Valentine's Day around the world, and then try mixing a couple of fun new traditions into your own date night.2. As much as we love batting heart-shaped piñatas during "Singles Awareness" parties, we'll concede that hating Valentine's Day feels just as trite and obnoxious as the day itself.
Instead of throwing an anti-Valentine's party, participate in International Quirkyalone Day, when singles around the world throw feel-good parties celebrating empowerment, romance and gratitude.
It’s a damn near foolproof gift (Who would refuse a rubdown?!
Garbo PJ Set - 5, If you’re struggling to think of an amazing gift for your girlfriend or wife (regardless of the holiday), pamper her with a massage.
Who says you can’t break a sweat on Valentine’s Day?
Valentine’s Day is coming up quick, and the scramble to put together the perfect date has begun.
activities that you and your honey have never done. Gather a bunch of people for a stay-at-home group date and split the duties.
And don't feel shy, take a zillion couple-y pictures while visiting those attractions. For instance, the men buy flowers, cook and serve the women dinner, while the women plan games, decorate or provide gifts (we suggest baked goods! Keep in mind that if your party consists of both singles and couples, invite an even number of single men and women so that no one ends up feeling like a third wheel.
Sometimes, these get-togethers encourage mingling; other times, they're just an excuse to enjoy Valentine's Day without the collective self-pity that often accompanies other singles' parties.
For ideas, check out the movement's website, which recommends hosting an event at a public place, such as a library, and advertising it a few weeks ahead of time on Craigslist or Flavorpill.