As candy and flower companies prepare for a rush of sales for Valentine’s Day, shoe brands begin to sell their holiday-themed shoes. Brands such as Nike, Converse, Adidas, and Vans have released different red and pink shoes in the past and continue to develop new designs and styles for this year. 
As I was preparing to write an article for Valentine’s Day, I interviewed random students to see what their pending plans were for the holiday. The feedback I received was consistently negative, with students expressing that they did not want to celebrate the holiday, mainly because of not being in a relationship. BUT… the most important relationship you’ll ever have is with yourself! So, here’s a list of ways to treat yourself this Valentine’s Day. 
Valentine's Day is quickly approaching! For some people, this day is a fun, stress-free day to show their partner how much they love them. For others, the day can be saddening, stressful, or lonely. This article is a guide for those in need of a bit of help this holiday. Below, date and gift ideas are listed for those in relationships, and fun activities for those who are single. 
The season of love is officially upon us—well, at least in the United States. Though Feb. 14 is commonly known to us as Valentine’s Day, other countries across the globe celebrate love at various times of the year. Here are a few unique ways that different countries celebrate.
This Valentine’s Day, you may be asking yourself, “What else do I need to buy? I’ve already bought things for my partner and for myself.” Well, dear reader, there’s still something you probably haven’t put enough love into: your room. The humble abode at which you lay your head could have twice the good feels if you bought a little bit of love-themed decor.