Who says you need someone to buy it for you? Get a box of chocolate and enjoy it. Chocolate releases endorphins in the brain to make you feel good! So a little chocolate will actually improve your mood and make you feel better.
2.Send yourself roses.
Order the set a couple weeks before Valentine’s Day. Sign the card "From A Special Admirer." and send it for you to get on Valentine’s Day. Even if you remember it’s you who really sent it to yourself, it will still make your day.
3.Spend time with those you love.
Instead, spend time with different kind of love – your friends and your family. See a movie with some friends, eat dinner at the local diner with a handful of family, whatever you do, love is love, and Valentine’s Day is there to represent it. You don’t need to be in a romantic relationship to enjoy V-day.
4.Don’t feel sorry for yourself.
This will just make the day depressing and dreaded. Instead, be excited for this day. After all, it only comes once a year! And it’s still a holiday!
Try out a fun recipe and spend time on it! And make it a goal to eat all yourself!
6.Do something nice for another person.
Open a door for someone who needs it, volunteer at a church, buy a rose and give it to someone random on the street, whatever you do, will make you feel full of love inside.
A friend, a relative you haven’t seen in a while, whoever it is, visit them. Offer to help out a little bit. This is your day, spend it on someone worth spending on.
8.Don’t compare yourself to other people.
If you’re the type who imagines folks secretly pointing at you on the street and laughing at your single status, you’re spending way too much time measuring yourself against supposedly happy, snuggling couples. Remember: just because a person is partnered up on V-Day doesn’t necessarily mean that he or she is blissed out.