5 things to do in Vancouver this Valentine’s Day if you’re single

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If you’re single, Valentine’s Day can be a bit of a drag. Love is in the air everywhere, except in your general vicinity…

There are seemingly endless events to do on Valentine’s Day if you have a partner. But, if you’re single and proud, there are still a lot of fun things to do this Valentine’s Day without a date. Take a break from Tinder for a while and enjoy a night celebrating you!

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5 things to do in Vancouver this Valentine’s Day if you’re single

How to Meet New People at a Gym in Vancouver

Sourced from the Mount Pleasant Community Centre website

Sourced from the Mount Pleasant Community Centre website

Once upon a time, I had a gym crush. He was incredibly good-looking and fit – as well as completely oblivious of my existence. Each time I went to the gym, I tried to muster the nerve to talk to him as I laboured on a nearby StairMaster (believe me, it wasn’t sexy). Eventually, I managed to start an awkward, halting conversation, only to discover that he was taken. Darn.

In the New Year, you might be (once again) aiming to incorporate more physical activity into your life. If you’re single, making romance more of a priority could also figure in your resolutions. The question is: how can you achieve both goals simultaneously? As evidenced by my story, my own strategies are not the best. Instead, I sought out a gym expert in order to find out more about socializing while working out.

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How to Meet New People at a Gym in Vancouver

Single (and fabulous) in Vancouver for Valentine’s Day?

Photo credit: Amandal Productions/The Float House

Photo credit: Amandal Productions/The Float House

With Valentine’s Day rolling around it’s all too easy to feel overlooked if you’re single on the big day. But hold on a minute before you throw an epic pity party just for one – what are you really missing out on here? Expensive – and unimaginative – gifts of red roses? Heart-shaped chocolates when you’re just getting back into your jeans after losing that holiday weight?  Cheesily themed all-pink set menus in restaurants stuffed with two kinds of diners: disappointed long-term couples with nothing to say, glaring at each other over the cut-out cupids, and the Dear God, Get A Room couples who just met and can’t quit groping each other between courses. Um, no thanks.

Instead of taking part in this carnival of commercialism, I propose you celebrate your awesome state of singleness by doing things that only YOU can do alone. From taking a meditation class or paddling solo, to chilling in a one-person float tank or indulging in an epic guilt-free shopping session, repeat after me: Valentine’s Day is the best day to have fun with me, myself and I. Continue reading:
Single (and fabulous) in Vancouver for Valentine’s Day?