The calendar is about to land on Valentine’s day.
Valentine's Day, also called Saint Valentine's Day, is annually celebrated on February 14. It’s a special day to celebrate all of the loving relationships in your life, from yourself, friends to family.
Previously, February 14 was just a public holiday in North America and Europe. But it was then popularized in many countries around the world.
Valentine’s Day amid the COVID-19
On this occasion, people often give each other chocolates, red roses, love cards to express their feelings. But this year, the day of love may look different.
With the coronavirus pandemic continuing to spread, many are spending Valentine's Day at home. Sound boring? But it actually adds a whole new layer to planning: A special indoor date or family activity.
Whether you're alone or celebrating with your partner, don’t let the COVID-19 pandemic spoil your Valentine’s day. The following ideas will make your important special and safe.
Watch a Valentine movie
Write each other letters
Have a spa experience
Take an online fitness class
Sip and paint
Remember that Valentine's Day is just another day to show your love to others. The less pressure you put on it, the less stressful it will be.
Happy valentine’s day 2021
Apart from February 14, we also have two other Valentine's Day held on March 14 and April 14, respectively:
Red Valentine: Take place on February 14th. This is a traditional Valentine, a chance for couples to express their feelings for each other through sincere gifts or expressions.
White Valentine: Held on March 14th, it is believed that, on Red Valentine's Day, a girl will show her affection to the boy she loves and love will be responded by that boy on the occasion of White Valentine taking place 1 month later.
Black Valentine: Held on April 14, initially in Korea. Black Valentine is celebrated for single people. On this day, unmarried people will go out to eat black noodles.
Wish you a great Valentine’s day with a lot of romance and safety!