Please, do yourself a favor and try to enjoy this day instead of weeping into your pillowcase for twenty four hours straight. Do yourself a favor and treat this day just like any other day! Because honestly? That’s what it is.
Raid the grocery store candy isle and buy yourself all your favorite chocolates. And definitely splurge on the chocolate covered strawberries, you’re worth it.
There is no love like a girl and her bottle of Rosé anyway.
You may not see it now, but one day you will look back to this period of your life and you will realize that being single was the best thing that happened to you.
To all single people. Our time will come. There’s no need to rush.
So here’s another year of being single on Valentine’s Day. As early as the beginning of February, you are seeing hearts everywhere – in your workplace, on the streets, in your newsfeed, at the coffee shop where you buy your coffee every morning. And you feel even more single than you actually are.
Take all your selfish moments to remind yourself, that you love you
No matter how inwardly connected we are, we are not islands unto ourselves. We need others with whom to share our love and our joy. We need others to play with and learn with.
If you’re single or just recently broke up, stop thinking that your situation is something that has to be fixed or escaped from.
Stop worrying about when and where and how you’ll find your person. Stop feeling like you’re running out of time. Stop comparing your journey to everyone else’s and be happy where you are, right now.