Valentine's Day can be rough. With all the pressure to have a date, be spending the evening at a lavish restaurant and to have a dozen roses sent to the office, it can be a difficult time of year for those of us who are single. No matter how much you profess otherwise, the inevitable, 'don't worry, you'll find someone' seems to echo in every hallway, as people comment on how sad you must be feeling. This often happens, even if you're not much of a romantic to begin with.
Spoil yourself this Valentine's Day with some gorgeous yellow roses!
Learn to enjoy your own company
By Kori Frias
If roses were red and violets could be blue,
I'd take us away to a place just for two.
You'd see my true colors and all that I felt.
I'd see that you could love me and nobody else.
We'd build ourselves a fortress where we'd run and play.
You'd be mine and I'd be yours 'til our dying day.
Then I wake and realize you were never here.
It's all just my thoughts, my dreams, my hopes...
But now it's only tears!
Having a special person in your life can be wonderful, but there are plenty of reasons why being on your own can be pretty special too. Being by yourself gives you a chance to get to know what you like, dislike, need, enjoy, and really want out of life, not to mention teaches you how to love yourself and enjoy your own company. Before welcoming someone into your life, it's so important to be satisfied with what you have, so their presence is a wonderful bonus, rather than an essential element. If you're feeling apprehensive about being on your own this Valentine's Day, make sure to keep yourself busy with some planned activities like reading, eating brunch at a local cafe, taking a class or watching a movie. Being on your own also doesn't mean you can't spoil yourself with roses Singapore, either!
Take yourself on a date
By Kanhaiya Singh
Who else would I be
I won’t change for you
So why change for me
I won’t waste my life
Being someone I can not be
Because I’m not a fake
Unwilling to break
Get used to what you see
I’m going to be me.
Valentine's Day is an extremely popular time for restaurants and cafes, as many couples choose to spend the evening enjoying a fancy dinner together. Just because you don't have a partner however, doesn't mean you can't take yourself out on a date! If the thought of visiting a busy restaurant oozing with lovebirds, consider taking yourself to a movie, ordering some indulgent food to have at a local park, or book a show you've been meaning to see. If you're feeling particularly sensitive about being alone, make sure your evening if full of your favorite things, people and experiences.
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There are gifts of many treasures
For both the young and old,
From the tiniest little trinkets
To great boxes filled with gold.
But, put them all together
And they could not stand in lieu,
Of the greatest gift of all
The gift of knowing you.
When your times are filled with troubles
Sadness, grief, or even doubt,
When all those things you planned on
Just aren't turning out.
Just turn and look behind you
From the place at which you stand,
And look for me through the shadows
And reach out for my hand.
I will lift from you your burden
And cry for you your tears,
Bear the pain of all your sorrows
Though it may be for a thousand years.
For in the end I would be happy
To have helped you start anew,
It's a small price to pay
For the gift of knowing you.
Just because you don't have a partner to buy you flowers Singapore, doesn't mean you can't use February 14 to spoil yourself with something special. Choose something from your wishlist, research that trip you've been wanting to take or swing by that pastry shop you've been eyeing and give yourself something you deserve. Instead of viewing Valentine's Day as a difficult day that you're spending alone, turn it into something you look forward to, with plenty of gifts to make it extra special.
Spend Valentine's Day with friends over some champagne and roses delivery Singapore.
Plan a night out with friends
A relationship like this denies silly promises and persuasion
You don't feel the need to second guess thoughts or measure words
Their love comes in wholes, not halves, not thirds
They're the ones that guide you through when fate takes a turn
Fights, small and large, end in forgiveness, never a burn
You forget about first impressions and the feelings they brought
You're grateful for who they are and you forgive 'em for what they're not.
With all of the expectations on people to settle down, get married and have children, we often forget about the other types of wonderful relationships that give life meaning and stability. Friendships and family relationships should be celebrated, so why not use Valentine's Day as an opportunity to show those close to you how important they are, and take some time out of your busy schedules to spend together? Plan a fun dinner, a night out at the theatre or a night in with the girls, and have some laughs over good food, a good movie and some fantastic company.