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Valentine’s Day
Do you dread Valentine’s Day? It is normal for a person who does not have
someone “special” to give them a gift on this day to feel isolated and perhaps
angry. In fact, it is said that it is not until you reach high school that you start
to feel sad and excluded if you do not have a valentine because prior to this
stage, Valentine’s Day was nothing more than an excuse to eat a sickening
amount of candy. Well, we are here to tell you that Valentine's Day is not just
to be celebrated by couples. The day is celebrated to express love to anyone
we are close to. We can therefore celebrate Valentine's Day with friends,
siblings, parents, grandparents, teachers or anyone who makes a difference in
our lives with their affection and support. We should take the opportunity of
Valentine's Day to express our love and gratitude to all of the people we love.
Here are some tips to truly make your Valentine’s Day special:

Valentine’s Day Fun Facts
1. The average person is
expected to spend $221.34
on Valentine’s Day.
2. Roughly 43 million
Americans — about 17%
of the population — will
get an unwanted
Valentine’s Day gift in
3. As far as the spending
battle between the
sexes, 62% of men expect
to spend for a loved one,
versus only 45% of
women who say the same
who plan to buy a gift.

Tip #1- Treat Yourself
Buy yourself a special treat or any item that you will
enjoy. Take time to reflect on all of the blessings in your
Tip#2 –Spend time with friends and family.
Go out to eat, go shopping, go bowling, play board
games, or simply do anything fun to make memories with
those you love.
Tip#3 –Share the love
Volunteer at a soup kitchen, your church, or your local
community. You can even create care packages to
distribute to those in need on your commute home. It does
not matter how you decide to share the love, what matters
is that you actually do.

The Spotlight Staff:
Onesty Bellamy, Jada White, Nora White, Danielle Henry, Shantel Campbell, Malik Toussaint

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