5 ways to survive Valentine’s Day if you are single

With Valentine’s Day a few weeks away, some singles who aren’t in a relationship will be worried about celebrating love alone.

Jumia Travel shares five ways you can survive Valentine’s Day as a single.

  1. Organise a singles party

You cannot force anyone to date or love you. But yeach out to your single friends (guys and ladies) and organise a singles party at home or one of the best hotels around. You never know, you may meet someone special!

  1. Cook

Valentine’s Day as a single may be an opportunity to check if you haven’t lost your culinary skills. You should fix yourself a delicious and tasteful meal.

  1. Watch movies

Watching a movie is a good way to distract yourself from the lovey-dovey activities around you. If you have a favourite movie, it is perhaps time to watch it again. Try as much as possible to avoid romantic movies; it will only remind you that you are single.

  1. Give yourself a treat

Going on a date alone is weird has some sort of advantage because you are not concerned about additional bills. You can treat yourself by going for a massage or shopping. You should just do something unusual but don’t be extreme. This will only remind you that you are single.

  1. Don’t worry yourself

The best and ultimate way to survive Valentine as a single is to caution yourself from worrying about the fact that you are single. After all, being single is not a crime. If you worry yourself, you are likely to fall into a wrong relationship.