Let’s say this Valentine’s Day isn’t all chocolate and roses when it comes to your love life. If this is you, this Valentine’s Day may look a little more like SAD (Single Awareness Day), but that doesn’t mean it has to be gloomy!
Celebrate this holiday by paying yourself some extra attention! They say one of the best ways to draw that special someone into your life is to learn how to love yourself first. Can’t go wrong there. When you are taking care of yourself, you look your best!
So, here are five ways to love yourself in the solidarity of your own company.
Take a Nice, Long Candlelit Bath
Treat yourself this holiday by indulging in a soak! Wash away the cares of the day, and revive your spirit with a hot bath and a bath oil or soak!
Indulge your senses with soothing Lavender or grounding Eucalyptus, and forget about your cares for the night. Flip on your favorite tunes, close your eyes, and just be…for a while. Tomorrow will come, but at least for this Valentine’s Day, kick back with a good soak, relax and let live.
Host Yourself a Fancy Candlelit Dinner
Are we overdoing it on the candles thing? Of course, not. Candlelit dinners are not reserved for couples! Where does the rulebook say that?—Oh, it doesn’t.
Plus, even though you may be spending the evening alone, doesn’t mean you have to eat gruel. Self-love doesn’t take a backseat just because a person is single. Spoil yourself with your favorite dish this holiday, heck, cook yourself a whole pot roast if you like. You are worth it!
Make it even better by adding to the festive ambiance with a couple scented candles—or they don’t have to be scented, but let’s be honest. What candle worth investing in isn’t scented? Exactly.
Give Your Manicure a Makeover
If there’s one thing that can speak volumes about how you care for yourself, it’s your fingernails. Think about it. The cleaner and well put together someone’s nails are, not only does it add millions to the net-worth image of their hands, but you also consider them to be a person that spends time on themselves. Right?