This needn\u2019t be so, as singles need to keep in mind that Valentine's Day is not just to be celebrated by romantically involved couples. The festival is celebrated to express love to anyone we are closed to, and we can therefore celebrate Valentine's Day with friends, siblings, parents, grandparents, or anyone who made a difference to our lives with their affection and support. Singles can make the most of Valentine's Day by spending the day in the company of those they love or by indulging themselves with something luxurious. Here are some tips and ideas on how the unattached can celebrate Valentine's Day in their own charming and memorable fashion. Pamper Yourself Buy yourself cute Valentine's Day gifts, which could include flowers, or even a dress you have been planning to buy for a while. Why not indulge by heading off to a spa for a head-to-toe beauty treatment. Guys \u2013 use this opportunity to splurge on books, CDs, and gadgets. Define Yourself Your relationship status does not define who you are. Focus on your strengths as a person and why it\u2019s fun to be single. If you are single and you like it, now is the time to affirm your choice. People who never marry or partner have close, loving, emotionally intimate relationships and lives worth living. Do not let a couple-driven culture define your choice as something wrong. Party with Friends Plan out a dinner or movie with best friends. You can also invite all your single friends for a \u2018singles party\u2019 or \u2018Anti-Valentine's Day party\u2019 at your home and have a blast. You will know that life is fun in the company of loving friends. Express Gratitude for Friends and Loved Ones Instead of feeling depressed and ashamed for not having a significant other to spend the day with, you can spend Valentine's Day in a constructive manner by expressing love and affection for people around you. Think Positive Singles can make the most of Valentine's Day by thinking positive and fighting away Valentine's Day blues. One should not spend the day sulking for not having a spouse or beloved to spend the day in a happy manner. Save Cash Valentine\u2019s Day is a commercial holiday - it is not about love and relationships; it is about selling flowers, candy, and diamond jewelry. Think of all the money you are saving. Plan Ahead If you are single and you don\u2019t want to be, start now to think about what is in the way of you creating the relationship you want. Find ways to work on becoming the person your dream partner would fall in love with. Start therapy. Take up yoga. Begin to volunteer. Create art. Make meaning. Act to change the world. It is into the fullest lives that love is most likely to fall.