Love is in the Air

How to Celebrate the Season of Love

Love is in the Air

Anne Hawley, Gia Slocum, and Danielle Tyler

The date February 14 may or may not be significant to you. If you’re spending it with a date then you know the excitement of receiving flowers and chocolate. But, if you’re single you may not care to celebrate it or you may even resent it.

We decided to take a survey on your thoughts on Valentine’s day to see where people really stand!

1st question: Do you like Valentine’s day?

Survey says-  58.5% said they enjoy Valentine’s day and 41.5 stated they don’t look forward to it

Those that enjoyed it tended to be in a relationship or celebrating friends, so we asked for some of their plans this Valentine’s Day.

2nd question: Do you have a Valentine’s gift already? Or are you planning to give your significant other a gift? If you answered yes, What would you get?

Survey says- Chocolate, flowers, and their favorite things

3rd question: What is the best restaurant to take someone on a date?

Survey says- Many answered in genres of Italian, Mexican, or fast food places

Still confused as to what to do with your date?

  • Go to dinner
  • Go to a drive-in movie
  • Hike 
  • Bowling
  • Stargaze
  • Movie marathon

But what is there to do as a single? We have some great ideas!

  • Movie marathon with your favorite foods
  • Hang out with friends
  • Have a dance party
  • Take yourself to dinner
  • A spa day

In conclusion, there are endless fun possibilities for you whether or not you’re in a relationship! Valentine’s Day can be an exciting holiday even if you’re spending it alone, with friends, or with your partner. Happy Valentine’s Day to all!