Valentine’s Day without a lover

Valentine’s Day is for lovers, right? I spent many years without someone special in my life in mid-February. So if  that’s not part of your life right now, here are some  tips of things that I’ve done to make it fun.

1. Instead of dinner, consider going to a comedy club and laughing along as the comedian makes fun of all the dysfunctional couples in the world.

2. Do something you always wanted to do: ride a horse at the beach, take a belly dancing lesson, eat warm fois gras.

Solo on Valentine's Day. I left my heart in San Francisco

3. Get a spa treatment.

4. Send an E-Valentine to family and friends. They’ll appreciate being remembered and it’ll remind you of all the love you have in your life.

So let’s be friends

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About Marybeth Bond

Marybeth Bond is the nation’s preeminent expert on women travel. She is the award-winning
author-editor of 11 books.

Marybeth has hiked, cycled, climbed, dived and kayaked her way through more than seventy countries around the world.

She was a featured guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Marybeth has appeared on CBS News, CNN, ABC, NBC, National Public Radio and National Geographic Weekend.


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