Since Valentine’s Day can be a holiday that brings up a lot of feelings for many people, Ying-Ying and I thought it might be fun to blog a bit about the way we view the holiday given our different life situations. I still remember the best advice I received while I was single, which was to remember that most likely I would one day wish for the things that were tough then. I remember feeling lonely and having too much time on my hands at times. While I always found things I enjoyed doing, I often wanted to spend that time with someone else doing things.
Now, as a mom and wife (and business owner!), I would LOVE to have that kind of downtime and alone time that I used to have in abundance. Ying-Ying and I were chatting about this and it gave us the idea for doing a collaborative blog comparing what things are like for each of us around Valentine’s Day. We hope you like it!
How do you typically spend your Valentine’s Day?
What’s your ideal Valentine’s Day?
Stay in or go out for Valentine’s Day?
What’s the most difficult part about Valentine’s Day?
What’s been your best Valentine’s Day?
What’s your view on Valentine’s Day? Day to celebrate love or commercial scam?
Favorite Valentine’s Day movie?
What advice would you give someone who does not have a person to celebrate Valentine’s Day with?
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