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Sunday 12 July 2020
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15 Different Gifts You Can Give Yourself

15 Different Gifts You Can Give Yourself

Whether you are single or not, self-love is always important. Valentine’s Day is coming up, and while some single people may be grimacing about the upcoming holiday, I think it’s a good idea for everyone to do at least one thing for themselves, whether it be something materialistic, or not. Here are a list of ideas to choose from:

1. Buy yourself some chocolate (or any other candy that you enjoy).

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2. Write a positive note or letter to yourself.

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3. Cook a nice meal for yourself, or get take-out from your favorite restaurant if you’re not fond of cooking.

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4. Give yourself night of relaxation.

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5. Plan a night of laughter with friends.

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6. Let yourself have a night of watching TV shows/movies that you enjoy.

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7. Give yourself or get a fun makeover from someone else, just for yourself, and no one else.

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8. Have a spa night with friends, or just yourself.

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9. Take a special trip somewhere by yourself.

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10. Plan an awesome night of crafting.

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11. Buy a cheesy, yet sweet Valentine’s Day card for yourself.

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12. Dance in your room to your favorite music until you can’t stop smiling.

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13. Immerse yourself in your favorite activity/hobby for the day.

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14. Bake cookies or another yummy treat for yourself.

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15. Be your own bartender and mix up a new concoction. (But drink responsibly!)

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BONUS:

16. Don’t let yourself be sad or down on Valentine’s Day!

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Laura holds a bachelor of arts degree in television arts and creative writing from Bradley University. Her passion for writing started at a young age, and she hopes to succeed as a writer in the future.