4. Go to a comedy club
Check out the comedic roster, or if there’s an open mic, take advantage of it to express your love for your love.
5. If you’re not in a relationship, go drinking with your friends
Invite all your single friends for a night out, then take Ubers home. Valentine’s Day doesn’t always have to be about romantic love. You can celebrate the love you have for your friends, too. Gal pals can make it a Galentine’s Day celebration.
6. Check out new places in your city or town
How about stopping at that art museum you pass every day on the way to work? Or book a class in pottery or cooking? Or just stopping at the dog park to watch humans and their furry friends. It’s all about exploration and being a kid again.
7. Visit a foot massage spa
Many times, spas that advertise foot massages offer complete body sports-type/deep tissue massages for not a lot of money; some can be 60% or 70% less for an hour-long massage than you’d pay at a fancy spa.