We Pinned It: Valentine’s Day

It’s that time of year again. Heart shaped boxes of chocolates crowding the shelves of every store and the skyrocketing price of roses can mean only one thing. Valentine’s Day is coming!

So what are your plans? Perhaps start with a little breakfast in bed? Brit + Co has a slew of sweet ideas for your honey, including these crepes with berries, peaches and honey.

If the weather cooperates, plan a picnic in the park or a hike through the woods. If you’re feeling adventurous, try geocaching; it’s a fun way to work together with your special someone, towards a common goal. If you geocache regularly, you can even get a special geocoin for Valentine’s Day.

Dining out is special, but restaurants book up quickly so be sure to check out your local restaurant guide for special, hidden gems and then make that reservation. If you choose to dine in, check out for some recipes to make that meal super special. Chocolate fondue in the slow cooker? Sure! Sit back, relax and enjoy each other’s company while the scent of chocolate permeates the air.

This slow cooker chocolate fondue recipe is perfect for a romantic night or a Valentine's Day celebration. | honeyandbirch.com

Celebrating alone this year? Grab a group of friends and get yourself to a winery for a fun afternoon of tasting. No need to sit home sadly single. Embrace your one-ness and throw the ultimate girls’ valentine’s day party Campmakery.com’s glitter ombre chmpagne bottles will undoubtedly be the talk of the evening.

Guys, get together with a group of your buddies and play laser tag. Or, simply declare it a “Me Day” and splurge on a new wardrobe or a massage. 

How To: Spend Valentine's Day Alone - AskMen:

Even though Valentine’s Day is about putting down the devices and focusing on the one you love, we’re all about the technology, so if you can’t be with the one you love, go ahead and connect with them via Skype.

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