This year’s Valentine’s day celebration is going to be quite different from the previous years and that’s because of the Covid-19 pandemic. But who says you can’t have fun even in a pandemic? For people who want to stay safe while enjoying the glam of the Valentine season, here is how you can make the day count.
Send out virtual valentines
Regardless of whether you’re single or dating, everyone can take part in Valentine’s Day celebrations. You can mark the day by sending virtual valentines (Photos or fun memes) to your classmates, friends, siblings, co-workers and community members. Trust us when we say it is a great way to make someone out there feel good.
If you want to be creative, you can mail your own craft supplies and send them to loved ones through the mail.
Hang out with friends and loved ones.
Spending time with your family and friends during Valentine’s Day wouldn’t be such a bad idea. This will show them how much you care about them. Plus, it would also be a great time to connect with friends.
But while doing this, please ensure you follow local health can safety guidelines.
Focus on yourself
Like every other celebration, this year’s Valentine’s Day celebration is a good time to practice self-acceptance. So you can use the day to work on your self-esteem while thinking about being more hopeful. A good place to start is making a list of things you love doing. This would help improve your relationship with yourself while creating an atmosphere to be more kind to yourself.
Give yourself some fancy treats
There is no better way to celebrate Valentine than practicing self-care. For people interested in some inspiration to get you started, we have put together a list of treats you can explore during the Coronavirus pandemic:
- Read a great book
- Watch your favorite movies or series
- Indulge in a bubble bath
- Paint or draw
- Indulge in your favorite food
- Spend some time observing nature
- Try journaling