Love Is Like A Plant Episode: How To Enjoy Valentine’s Day If You’re Single

It’s coming. Valentine’s Day can be totally daunting to those of us who are newly single, or even old-ly single. Our brains can rush into convincing us we’re the only single people on the planet and we’re doomed to be forever alone. That’s nonsense, of course! Valentine’s Day is for celebrating the love between family and friends, too.

In this episode of “Love is Like a Plant,” Elle talks about why she has always loved Valentine’s Day, including celebrating love with her family as a young child. Sarah says it’s a great day to write letters or texts to tell people you love them. Don’t focus on what’s missing, focus on who is there for you. Tune in to hear other ways they celebrate and what an ideal self care date looks like. Happy Valentine’s Day from Elle and Sarah! You can listen to the episode on Podcasts or SoundCloud. If you like it, be sure to share it with a friend and subscribe to get future episodes!

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