How to spend your Valentine’s Day

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Whether you’re in a relationship or single, we’ve got some Valentine’s inspo to make sure you’re not doing nothing on the day

If you’re single:

Netflix and chill (friend optional). Indulge with Ben & Jerry’s and your favourite takeaway. Calories don’t count on VD.

Have a cocktail night in with your single pals. Everyone supplies a cocktail each and and then you get to taste a few different cocktails and spend quality time together.

Join Tinder if singleton life is really bothering you. Do something about it, forget writing a profile – sign up and get flirting.

Spend it with your family if you have a single sister, mother, or grandma why not do something feel-good and chill out with that family member.

Treat yourself to something special like a mani-pedi, that new urban outfitters jumper, or a blow-dry at the salon.


If you’re spending it with someone special:

Go and visit the Peaks. Although it’s slightly chilly this side of the year, why not wrap up warm and go for a walk whilst the afternoon is bright and crisp.

Have a game of crazy golf @ Valley Centertainment. This is a fun and affordable way to spend your day. It’s only a tram ride away and has loads of surrounding restaurants to choose from.

Re-enact your first date. Whether you had your first date yesterday, or have been together for 4 years, going to the place you had your first date is a special and personal thing to enjoy together. Make a reservation at the same place and reminisce.

Make a dinner reservation somewhere fancy and dress up in your finest. Tell the special someone the night before so they can prepare because you have a reservation. Dressing up always makes the occasion feel extra special, especially when its taken time to plan.

Cook dinner at home. There’s nothing anyone loves more than being 100% taken care of– so wherever you’re planning on spending the night of Valentine’s Day, light some candles and cook a nice dinner.


By Abbie-Joelle Skliarsky

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