Today, as you know, is Valentine’s Day, the Day of Love. You and your honey—if you have one—will likely do something special together, if you’re like most Americans. (If you’re overseas, this email is still relevant to you.) But here’s the thing about Valentine’s Day that concerns me: Why is only ONE day of the […]
Every February 14, we’re obligated and encouraged to offer shows of affection to our sweethearts, if we have one, by giving chocolate, flowers, cards, jewelry, etc.
What’s wrong with this picture?
You need to love yourself before you can love anyone else.
Or, as I wrote in my article on Heal Your Life, “Before you shower someone else with love and affection, you need to bestow love and affection on yourself. Only then can you be a wonderful sweetheart.”
Today, I’d like to urge you to be super-sweet to both your special someone and yourself all year long.
In other words, as I put it on “Be an Everyday Valentine” on Heal Your Life, “You want to be a valentine all 365 days of the year.”
Now, see my article to learn four ways to start to Be an Everyday Valentine.
Special thanks to Hay House for featuring my article on the Heal Your Life site and Facebook page.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner. As usual, men around the world (and women) will give chocolate and other sugary “delights” to their loved ones.
But are candy-shaped hearts the way to show love to your honey on this nationally celebrated day? No!
If you’re sensitive to sugar, over time, all those sweets won’t contribute to more romantic moments in the bedroom. Rather, they could lead to your becoming moody and not in the mood. Lots of sugar could lead to low libido, too.
So what should you give your loved ones over Valentine’s Day?
Listen to Gift Guru Robyn Freedman Spizman give you all kinds of great gift ideas on my Gab With the Gurus Radio Show. (You can catch it either live or later, at your convenience.)
Robyn — a New York Times bestselling author, consumer advocate, TV personality and one of America’s leading gift-giving expert — tells you how to make Valentine’s Day sweeter and more memorable without giving out sugary, blood-sugar bouncing candies.
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