Four Reasons to Not Celebrate Valentine’s Day on Valentine’s Day
I know what you may be thinking, but hear me out for a second. Valentine’s Day: The Day of Love. The day where you celebrate the people you love and show them how much you love them in showering them with expensive boxes of chocolate, cards, gifts, food, and sex. This day of love. however can come with unnecessary pressures that can cause unwanted stress and if you didn’t make those reservations to that really hard to get into restaurant that your significant other won’t stop talking about, you might as well cancel Valentine’s Day.
When it comes to the national day of love, I personally believe that every day is an opportunity to show someone just how much you love and care for them. A particular day out of the week can’t possibly contain all the love and affection you have for someone. That’s why you have 365 days of the year. Don’t get me wrong, going out of your way to do something special on Valentine’s Day is always a lovely thing that usually never goes unnoticed, but I would like to present you with some reasons on why you shouldn’t make a big deal out of the one day and how you can make a regular day extra special for that special someone in your life.
1. Everywhere Will Be Super-Duper Crowded
On a regular day, restaurants and movie theatres are busy. We know this. Imagine Valentine’s Day. It’s probably going to be ridiculous. If you didn’t make those reservations months or weeks ago, your chances of getting into a restaurant, let alone a nice one are slim. No matter where you go most likely it will be packed and if you do manage to get in, you may end up waiting forever, or getting an unpleasant seat next to the bathroom. No thanks.
2. The Price of Flowers, Cards, and Candy Will Be Highly Inflated Just For One Day
Sometimes Valentine’s Day is just out of our budget. The special day comes with its very own price tag that is simply not realistic for some to spend their hard earned money on. Some ways to get around this are by purchasing gifts in advance like flowers and chocolate the day before, growing your own flowers and making candy from scratch, or sending e-cards or gifting your loved one with a gift card, so they can by themselves something special thanks to you.
3. An Off Day Might Be More Convenient For You Both
Valentine’s Day usually falls on a weekday, and for some of us who have a 9-5 to stay alive, making plans on Valentine’s Day is simply not going to work. Especially if your someone who works a job with odd hours. Picking a day when you’re off or surprising your significant other on their off day with a day of surprises can be fun and the spontaneity of it all can be exciting for them.
4. Some relaxing time inside might do the trick
Sometimes a nice relaxing day at home is more meaningful then a romantic day or night out. There are so many things you can do at home that doesn’t require waiting in line to get into a fancy restaurant or buying an expensive gift. You can order food or cook a nice meal for your significant other. You can binge watch their favorite TV show with them while cozying up on the couch with the bedroom not too far away for when things start to get hot and steamy. This one is my personal favorite.
While I am not discouraging anyone from celebrating on Valentine's Day, I do want those who may not be able to celebrate on that day due to other obligations or those who get overwhelmed with making plans for their significant other to know that it’s okay to switch things up and take a non-traditional route to celebrating the day of love. You can also visit your local Lion’s Den location for some sexy idea’s guaranteed to make your significant other happy about doing things different this Valentine’s Day.
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