Before you stop to do anything else this Valentine’s Day, ask yourself once question: How will you love you on February 14? Once you’ve got that down, the rest comes so much easier and it is so much more fun! Remember, the most important relationship we can ever have is the one we have with ourselves. Living a healthy, happy lifestyle is not only desirable, but it’s also essential to treating our bodies right.
Now that we all understand the true meaning of Valentine’s Day, there will never be another year where we are left to think that Valentine’s Day is only for the hopeless romantics indulging in chocolates together. As a matter of fact, Valentine’s Day holds something for everyone. Yes – everyone!
Here are 3 ways to spend Valentine’s Day:
1. With Friends. I have a saying that simply is, “Friends are a Girl’s Best Friend.” I wholeheartedly believe it, too! Get your friends together and treat yourselves to a session of coffee and conversation in the morning. Or get together for an afternoon walk, followed by an early evening at your local spa. At night, you could indulge in a lavish, over-priced dinner and check out a new movie.
2. With Family. I’m sure you have a whole lot of love for your mom, dad, children, aunts and uncles, cousins, and even pets. Plan a big family dinner with your family – potluck style to make it easy. Or spend the night indoors having family movie or family game night, complete with popcorn, The Laughing Cow Cheese Wedges and crackers!
3. With Your Spouse or Significant Other. Surprise him/her with breakfast in the morning. It’s much less expected than dinner. Scrambled eggs with red peppers, onion, mushrooms and topped with melted The Laughing Cow Light Garlic & Herb Wedges is a great breakfast option anyone would love. There is nothing like scrambled eggs, cheese, toast and coffee to guarantee they start their morning off perfectly! For dinner, you can always do something simple, yet thoughtful, like taking them to the place you had your first date if you don’t have time to make an elaborate meal.
Regardless of how you choose to spend it, remember that Valentine’s Day is about who you are with. No matter if the “who” is friends, family or your spouse – or even just yourself – make it a loving day!
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