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8 ways to love being single on Valentine's Day

Despite what your nosy neighbours, matchmaking aunt, or thousands of sad quotes say, being single, even on love's favourite day, can be a blast. Why simply survive February 14th when you can have a fabulous time just being you? Here are some ideas for acing the day.

2. Take off the trackie daks and dress up
Take off the trackie daks and dress up
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"Life should be enjoyed and embraced, not spent sitting at home feeling alone," says US-based life coach Dallisa Hocking, founder of Love FrogKisser. "So, I advise singles to make Valentine's Day a celebration by turning it into an 'I Love My Life' Day."

One way to do this is by getting dressed up, donning something that makes you feel special and confident. If you find it harder to hang out at home when you're all gussied up, that's basically the idea, but no worries. There's plenty to do on V-Day for the I'm-single-and-loving-it set.

Check out these 35 highs and lows of living alone.



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