There’s usually a period in life when we are without a partner and Valentines day is around the corner. So we don’t have to care about it, but the messages are everywhere, in the stores; on the tv; all over the internet acting as a constant reminder that couples will be having some intimate time and we won’t. Jennifer Brown-Banks has composed this Lifehack Lesson to help you plan some activities and do things for yourself to have fun and be happy on Valentines Day. This Lifehack Lesson is completely Free.
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Here’s an excerpt from this Lesson -
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Plan early. Don’t wait until the last minute to get into the groove. Identify the pleasures and treasures that will allow you to have a fun and memorable experience. This could mean ordering tickets online to see a play, or booking a “spa day” in advance. Early planning can also allow you to take advantage of “early-bird” discounts.
MAP OUT POTENTIAL ACTIVITIES
Of course, it goes without saying, that some things may be more realistic than others. And time and budgetary restrictions may prevent you from indulging in everything your heart might fancy. For the best results, you should start with a reasonable, achievable action plan. For instance, you can probably toss out the fantasy of having a date with Keanu Reeves, or flying to Paris on your lunch break.