First of all, I don’t recommend going out to do anything since the Holidays amplified the COVID numbers. So, if you’re staying in and planning on having a gathering, please still use some precautions, handwashing, coughing into your elbow, avoiding people who are coughing, and, unlike me, stop touching your eyes! I’m only going to throw out some ideas for you to do if you’re spending time at home alone. Some ideas work for both.
Being single is not some disease to avoid like the plague. Being with the right person is what matters and, if you’re not, you’re alone already so why wait for the next person to come along to be with? We’re not monkeys meant to jump from person to person so, if this is a pattern that you have fallen into, take some time out to re-evaluate why you’ve adopted this pattern and how you can adjust yourself, or your tastes accordingly.
I always kind of liked being single. You never have to wonder where something is because you are the only one who moves things around, you only clean up after yourself and have your own laundry to do (big plus if you don’t have a washer and dryer), and no one is judging you if your idea of making dinner is takeout or ice cream. You can go to bed at 6pm because your body is starting to give out (I wouldn’t know anything about this, of course), you can take a personal day and sleep, and, on Saturday, you’re in charge of how you waste your time. I firmly believe that, when you stop trying so hard, God puts someone in your path whose love is unconditional and unwavering. Best wishes this Valentine’s Day! Stay safe and healthy!
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