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Four reasons not to scramble for a date on Valentine’s Day
Valentine's Day. Love it or hate it, it comes every year. If you’re without a significant other this February, there’s a lot of pressure to try to find a date or just feel miserable about being alone. I started pinkkisses.com in 2010 to give women an online community to help them bounce back after a breakup. Here are four ideas on why you should stop hunting for a man and start being happy solo:
2. He’ll have to buy you a gift on the first date. Sure, if you put your mind to it, a friend or coworker might just find you someone to go on a date with for Valentine’s Day… or you may get on every dating website known to man and end up with a plethora of options. But, do you really want to go on a first date on Valentine’s Day, with all of the hyped-up expectations and lovey-dovey couples?
3. A man can’t cure you, but an adventure can. Instead of stalking the guy on the treadmill next to you or deciding you’re going to make that guy in the office notice you in the next week, why not check something off your wish list that you’ve always wanted to do? Whether it’s checking out the new coffee shop across town or going on a road trip across the country, starting a new book or doing a technology cleanse for the day, now is your chance.
4. No one can write you a better love letter. Listen, this may sound cheesy, but do it anyway. Instead of daydreaming about Mr. Right and how romantic he’ll be once he sweeps you off your feet and the two of you fall madly in love, think instead about the incredible journey you’re on right this second, discovering the kind of person you want to be.