Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Do not make the same mistakes over and over again. Prevent the following: going to a party and spending time with loved ones.
This is the worst case scenario. Try to clear your schedule for this special day, especially during the evening. This is a special day for couples. Nothing should stay in the way.
2. Friend’s parents’ house:
One boyfriend took his girlfriend to his friend’s parents’ apartment for a night together. The parents had a cat. The girlfriend was also allergic to the cat. The poor girl was all swollen throughout the evening.
3. Fast Food:
This has happened before, especially for those who are on a budget and first time dating. Do not go on dates for coffee or fast food restaurants on Valentine’s Day. Find something classy and do something more inventive and out of the ordinary.
If you cannot cook, do not try to cook on Valentine’s Day. One of my friends cooked up a great meal. He was so excited to surprise his girlfriend. His stomach at the end of the night gave him an even bigger surprise due to salmonella.
5. At the movie:
A friend of mine who is not dating has a tradition of going to the movies on Christmas Eve and Valentine’s Day. You would not find a love there. If you do not have any plans, choose a party you could join.
6. Mixed Messages:
Never spend Valentine’s giving mixed messages. One woman was given two gifts by her husband: mixing bowls and a bathroom scale. Not very funny!
7. At home with a pet:
This is not something that someone should do on Valentine’s Day. Get out there, party, call friends. Do not spend the evening locked up in the room.
8. On Facebook:
You’d be surprised how many people are on Facebook chatting away while they could be doing something romantic. Check it out for yourself when the day comes for 1 or 2 minutes.
You can always find time if you make time. On Valentine’s Day I am sure you can spare 1 hour of studying to do something romantic.
10. Surprise for mom:
Being surprised by your mother because you are alone. Again go out and celebrate.