For My Single Ladies

Happy Monday!

For some of us single women, Valentine’s Day can be tough because we have yet to meet that special person or have recently kicked someone to the curb! Around this time of year, it can be easy to slip into believing that that being single on Valentine’s Day is some tragedy.  Of course this isn’t true! Half the time it’s just a ruse to make single women stuff their faces with chocolate!  There is absolutely nothing wrong with us being single on Valentine’s Day. Love is a beautiful thing and should be celebrated.  Now don’t get me wrong, I haven’t always had this positive outlook on the holiday.   Back in college my single friends and I would dress in black and menace folks (yeah I was a hater).  In my 30’s I would cry because I felt like a failure because I didn’t have a husband and kids like my friends.  Instead of living my life back then, I wasted too much time and energy trying to find “Mr. Right”.   After years of working through being single, I’ve come to a place where Valentine’s Day no longer elicits a negative response from me.  I know that I am a special person and if/when the time comes, I will meet the right person. The same goes for you too. I totally understand that being single is hard.  There are times where I get lonely and question whether or not  love will find me.  While I allow myself to experience these emotions I don’t let them overwhelm me.   I know being single isn’t something that doesn’t define me.   You and I are much more than that.  While it’s easier said than done, you can find peace with being single on Valentine’s Day.  That peace can also help you feel more confident about who you are as a person.

So for Valentine’s Day this year believe that you are enough.  Be kind to yourself and your heart. Celebrate love in all it’s forms everyday, not just on February 14th.  And remember the greatest love is learning to love yourself!

Have a wonderful day!

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8 Comments

  1. bhoulmann
    February 6, 2017 / 11:51 am

    What beautiful outfit I love you wear beautiful blouse with this beautiful blazer I love the look completely buttoned of the blouse what sthyl bravo for your text on Valentine’s Day I love it must hardened every day of the year
    Friendship Bernard

  2. Paula
    February 6, 2017 / 12:47 pm

    I started using valentine’s day to recognize everyone I loved, like friends and people at work who are always positive and helpful, the food bank for being so great in the community. Once you take the romance aspect away from it, it turns out there is a lot to love and appreciate. Love the positive post!

  3. February 6, 2017 / 2:17 pm

    “And remember the greatest love is learning to love yourself!” Great advice for us all – single or not!!! Thank you for the beautiful,heartfelt post and another GREAT outfit.

  4. Christie
    February 7, 2017 / 12:37 pm

    Well said! Happy early Valentines Day

  5. February 7, 2017 / 7:21 pm

    Happy valentines week to ya!

  6. Anita Hagins
    February 10, 2017 / 9:53 am

    Bravo!! Well said. I’m on my 2nd marriage after being divorced for over 21 years. To tell the truth if I had the chance for a do over I wouldn’t have done it. I love my husband but being by yourself gives you so many liberties that are taken for granted. Married life is a job. If you’re willing to give up your lifestyle to try and combine it with someone else’s then go right ahead. A man is just a little boy that you have to take care of along with children and pets. Think long and hard before you pray on it!

  7. codecurvy
    February 14, 2017 / 6:45 am

    Love this color combination. So bright!