Looking for some fun beauty ideas, just in time for Valentine's Day? We've rounded up a list of tips, tricks and trends to make you date-ready.
Since February 1, we've been offering great tips and advice during our second annual Break Up With Your Ex campaign. Our mission is to encourage the seventy-one percent of our readers who think about their ex "too much" ex to cut the cord and finally move on, and we've dubbed Monday, February 13, the perfect day to do so!
For the past week, we’ve been collecting all the reasons you need to break up with your ex, in 10 words or less! We are beyond impressed with some of the entries we’ve received. But there is still time to wow us even more!
The National Retail Federation expects Americans to spend record-breaking amounts on Valentine's Day this year—how much exactly, you ask?
If you're single, its that dreaded time of year again! Hearts and flowers all around, when you probably just want to run and hide! However, it is also a season is brimming with friends, parties, blossoming romance! With all those valentines singles parties around, its the ideal time to see who you can meet! Flirting need not be a scary word – it is nothing more than charm, with perhaps a little romantic charge behind it.
I don't love the whole Valentine's Day shtick — candy hearts, forced romantic dinners and such. Every couple has their own personality, so why not do something that fits you and expresses your love rather than conforming to some cookie-cutter ideal? Plus, this way you can use Valentine's Day as an excuse to cross some items off your "couple bucket list."
Who says you have to have a date on Valentine's Day with anyone other than YOURSELF? Embrace your singledom to the extreme this V-Day. Here's what you'll need if you plan on getting up close and personal with your couch on February 14th.
In just a few days it will be Valentines Day. Thie day to celebrate being in a relationship, brood because you’re not, or stake your claim proudly as a member of SAD (Single Awareness Day)! I have to admit that some of those SAD parties I attended on Valentines Days’ past were so much more entertaining than the $200 dinners out with the one you love...no offense to my partner!
If you are a single on Valentine's Day, you basically have two options. You can embrace the day and make it your own. Or you can boycott. We support both options. If you choose the latter, it might not be as hard as you think. Here are 15 easy ways to completely opt out of Valentine's Day this year.
Unfriend your ex...and give yourself a break-over! Feb. 13 is the Second Annual Break Up With Your Ex Day, and we've launched BreakUpWithYourEx.com as a resource center to help people move on and forget about their ex — for good — before Valentine's Day.
There are a million approaches to Valentine's Day out there. Some people do gifts, others don't — still others sneer at the whole spectacle and insist Valentine's Day was invented by Hallmark. Whatever your thoughts on the subject, admit it: You love getting gifts.
Seven ideas that treat V-Day not as glorification of romance, but as a celebration of love in general—love for yourself, your friends, your community and for the world. The ideas will even work for those who would prefer to be coupled up. So go forth and revel—no matter what your relationship status is.
Do you ever feel pressured to be with some one for Valentines Day when in your heart of hearts you are really ok with being alone? I recently did a reading for a woman who was really down on herself. Why? Because all of her friends are in long term relationships and married and she is still single. As we continued to talk, she began to pour out her heart.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, instead of lamenting about your love life to your friends, let this be your wake up call. If you’re a smart, successful woman and haven’t found “the one”, it’s time to take your love life seriously. Make a commitment to love and yourself to take the once-and-for-all action needed to have your ideal love relationship.