Valentine's Day 2021
Celebrate on Sunday, 2/14
Should I celebrate Valentine’s Day this year?
Valentine’s Day is approaching, and what better way to make someone feel loved than by providing a sweet gift? While the pandemic has understandably caused a lot of headache and heartache, it’s more important now than ever to celebrate the good. Use this Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to spread love and perhaps offer the chance to learn a new skill.
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While Valentine’s Day celebrations are traditionally reserved for romantic partners, that doesn’t have to be the case. Feel free to send a gift to your family and friends, especially if you know someone who could use some cheering up. Additionally, you can use the day as an excuse to indulge yourself. Remember that it’s important to pamper yourself and practice self-love. Why wait for someone to give you the perfect present when you can do it yourself?
What should I give someone for Valentine’s Day?
With many people forced to stay home and social distance, Valentine’s Day plans will look a bit different this year. However, that doesn’t mean that fun can’t still be had on February 14. Gifting someone a virtual experience can allow them to enjoy the day and learn a new skill from home. Virtual experiences include learning a relaxing massage, a romantic couples cooking class, or a wellness workshop. These gifts can be purchased based on individual interests and sent directly to a special someone to brighten their day.