Valentine’s Day is the one day all single girls dread. It can be upsetting, annoying or just out right gag-worthy to see so many couples openly expressing their love. I mean, if I see another teddy holding a love heart, I may have to poke my eye out.
This year, I have a better way to celebrate the day of love. I will be my own valentine and show myself some love. Here’s how you could do the same.
I started to receive love letters from my first ever boyfriend when I was 16, we had met when I was studying at High School in England.
There is no need to rush into a relationship or be in a panic to find a life partner. The time will come when you are ready and the Universe will present someone. When you least expect it, love will come to you.
The first time that you enter the gate that reveals the most photographed building in the world, you are already processing mentally all of the hundreds of images and postcards that you’ve ever seen of The Taj Mahal. It’s a picture that every child of school age sees in geography class. It’s in the window of practically every travel agency. You probably don’t know how many times you’ve seen it, it’s so pervasive visually, almost beyond being a cliche.
The recipe for a good first date is 20% preparation, 70% optimism / enthusiasm, and 10% luck.