Valentine’s Day 2019: 7 FUN Ways to Celebrate
“Love is in the air.” “Will you be mine.” All your favorite clichés and love songs are back perhaps in overload in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Need a few ideas on how to celebrate the occasion? Take a look at a few of our ideas on how to celebrate the day.
Secret Flower Exchange
Have fun with your friends and plan a secret bouquet delivery exchange. Draw names and have a bouquet delivered to that persons home or office. And while roses are the traditional flower given on Valentine’s Day lilies, daises, tulips and othertypes of flowers also make a beautiful gift for the occasion as well.
Breathe in……. breathe out and start your Valentine’s Day off with a little meditation. A report from the 2017 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) found that U.S. adults ‘use of meditation in the past 12 months tripled between 2012 and 2017. Many individuals also report the benefits daily meditation has had on their lives. From its positive benefits on individuals health to improvements in their overall success and happiness the research suggests the more you do it, the more you will benefit.
Sex is good for the skin. It increases blood flow which perks up your complexion and also can prevent pesky acne flare ups caused by your menstrual cycle. On the day of love why not make love and celebrate the day.
Eat Dark Chocolate
Just in case you forgot here is your friendly reminder to reach for dark chocolates on Valentines Day. Dark chocolate has a lot of nutrients and tons of antioxidants. It has lots of fiber, iron, magnesium and copper, may improve blood pressure, and has flavanols which can help with blood flow and protect the skin from sun damage.
According to the American Psychological Association (APA) forgiveness can improve mental and physical health. It can free you from anxiety, anger, and stress. Is there anyone that you are ready to forgive? Think about it and consider making ValentinesDay your day of reckoning with that person or situation.
Pass Out Valentines’ Day Cards
If you have kiddos, then you already know passing out novelty Valentine’s Day cards is still a major thing in classrooms across the country. Since they always pile a few extras in those boxes, take them and pass them out to your friends just for kicks.
Eat Something Red
From strawberries to cherries, red fruits are packed with antioxidants and are a good source of potassium, fiber, and vitamin C and vitamin A.
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