Sometimes, I think I should go for the Guinness Book of World Records. I’m turning 25, and I’ve been single for every Valentine’s Day.
Before you say “Oh, poor Emily! It’s so sad how she’s always single on Valentine’s Day!” Don’t.
I love the idea of being loved. I love to love, and I love to be loved. I know there are many ways of experiencing love besides being in a relationship. For example, I experience it every time I bite into a hot and cheesy pizza slice.
I’m just annoyed with the marketing that either focuses on the pressure to be in a relationship or that focuses on feeling petty just because you are single.
That being said, I love the cheesy red bears with the hearts and the abundance of flowers and the colour pink everywhere. Also, if someone does something nice for their partner on Valentine’s Day or any other time of year, I think it’s sweet.
I’m not sure if I’m a hopeless romantic or a hopeless hypocrite.
Either way, I thought I’d give some advice on how to make your Valentine’s Day semi-decent if you’re single.