Solo Valentine’s Day … According to a new survey, 25 percent of women plan to spend Valentine’s Day alone … on purpose. So how are they spending Valentine’s Day? One-quarter of women said their ideal Valentine’s Day is an evening home alone, while 22 percent say they prefer to spend the day with friends. (SWNS)
Speaking of a solo Valentine’s Day … Tonight The Breslin restaurant in New York City will be hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner -- for parties of one. The meals will be served at the restaurant’s communal chef’s table – and will be prepared by Michelin-starred chef Anita Lo. Lo’s new cookbook,Solo: A Modern Cookbook for a Party of One, was written to empower people to feel more comfortable about going out to eat alone or cooking for one. (Market Watch)
Thinking of proposing today? Think again. A new survey found that 16 percent of people think a Valentine’s Day proposal is tacky.
How much do you spend on Valentine's? 32 percent of Americans are spending less than $50 on their significant others this Valentine’s Day. (Spencer’s)
Hey if you are single and happy, or if you have given up on love (for now) here is your song!