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Singles Awareness Day – January 15th (or 14th or 13th)

What is Singles Awareness Day?

Singles Awareness Day is a humorous holiday that serves as an alternative to Valentine’s Day for people who are single. While some singles may celebrate Singles Awareness Day purely out of spite for Valentine’s Day or to commiserate with fellow singles about their relationship status, Singles Awareness Day is a day to celebrate being single and to remind couples and singles alike that you don’t need to be in a romantic relationship to celebrate life and love.

When is Singles Awareness Day?

February 15 of each year.

How do I celebrate Singles Awareness Day?

Send yourself flowers, treat yourself to a massage or a day off for some much needed you-time, exchange gifts with friends or get together with other singles to mix and mingle.

Sources: singlesawareness.com, wikipedia.com
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Valentine’s Day

Candy-heartsCandy hearts, bouquets of red roses, heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, greeting cards gushing with red and pink hearts, more chocolate…Yes, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, so cuddle up with your sweetheart and find out how this day of love began.

What is Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day is a day to express feelings of love, affection, appreciation and friendship for all of the loved ones in your life in the name of the mysterious St. Valentine – a Roman priest who may have performed forbidden marriages, or died for helping Christians escape Roman prisons, or fell in love and wrote the first valentine letter while in prison…It’s all a little murky, but we’re sure glad that St. Valentine inspired this sweet holiday, however he did it.

Click here for more Valentine’s Day history.

When is Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day falls on February 14 each year.

How do people celebrate Valentine’s Day?

People celebrate their affection by exchanging Valentine’s Day cards, going out for a romantic dinner or giving gifts of chocolate, flowers or jewelry. Click here to find more Valentine’s Day activity, entertainment, dinner and gift ideas.

Source: history.com, timeanddate.com

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