This Valentines Day Take Some Solo Time: Aire Serv® 14 Things Better Done Solo

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Don’t let being alone on Valentines Day get you down. Aire Serv has 14 activities that are better done solo.

Don’t let being alone on Valentines Day get you down. People don’t always need to do everything together. There are a lot of things you can do solo. Aire Serv has 14 activities that are better done solo.

  •     Biking

Grab the bike and hit the trails. Take some time and go on a solo bike ride through the neighborhood or bike trails.

  •     Paint or be creative

Make your creative side come alive by painting or crafting. When you paint or take on a creative project solo you avoid the criticism of your work by others and are free to create whatever comes to mind.

  •     Read a book

This is the ultimate solo activity. Pick up a classic or go for a mystery read. Books allow you to escape reality and unwind from an overwhelming or stressful day.

  •     Exercise

Whether you go for a run or hit the weights, exercise is a great solo activity. You don’t have to keep pace with anyone and can exercise how you want without criticism.

  •     Take selfies

Go to your favorite places and snap away. Take a day to go around and snap pictures of yourself wherever you want.

  •     Shop

By shopping alone you set your own schedule and pace. Spend as much time as you want shopping for your new jeans or shirts.

  •     Vacation

A solo vacation allows you to see the places you want to see without having to follow someone else’s schedule. Meet new people, visit exotic places and take your time.

  •     Volunteer

Volunteering alone can be a rewarding experience. You give back to your community and get to spend time doing things you want to do.

  •     Spa day

Make the day all about you. By going to a spa solo you can take as much time to relax as you want.

  •     Visit a museum

A solo trip to a museum can be rewarding and educational. Find a museum that peaks your interest and enjoy the trip.

  •     Take a class

You are never too old to learn. If you have something you are interested in and want to learn more, take a class.

  •     Start a hobby

There are a lot of solo hobbies. Scrapbooking, card collecting and model building are great solo hobbies.

  •     Clean your closet

Out with the old, in with the new. Cleaning your closet can be a great opportunity to gather clothes for donation and to organize your existing wardrobe.

  •     Get your coffee on

Take time to take a break. Getting coffee for one can be a rewarding gesture to yourself. Grab some coffee, chair and take some time to unwind.

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