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so excited 1Singles ladies, I know how you feel, and this year, I want to help turn your Valentine’s Day into a day of rejoicing. Please join me for some laughs, great tips on self-love and a very upbeat, active and celebratory meditation audio. You may be asking, “What the hell is there to celebrate?! I’m still single!” Then, don’t miss this opportunity to turn this special day into a party instead of a pity. Sign up now and get your replay link to the Single Ladies…Put Your Hands Up audio, my Valentine’s Day gift to you. You’ll find out how celebrating creates happy hormones. So, come on, join in on the fun.

Move over Beyoncé!
Beyoncé got it right when she created the song, ‘Single Ladies…Put Your Hands Up’, and that’s exactly what we’re going to do – put our hands up, create some excitement, self love…and more! Move over Beyoncé, we can do that sexy dance, too!

Your Valentines Day gift

As my gift to WONDERFUL you, the replay link of the ‘Single Ladies…Put your Hands Up’ audio will be emailed out to you on Valentine’s Day. Don’t forget to sign up to get this free gift. Have a friend who you want to share this with? Share this information with them!

How I Turned Valentine’s Day into a party, not a pity

When I was single, one of the most tortuous days of the year was Valentine’s Day.

I didn’t get married until I was 36, so I had a ton of pity parties on February 14th in those previous 2 decades. “Ugh!”is what I’d say to myself whenever I saw those Hallmark cards appear in the drug stores. You know, the ones that said, “Sweetheart,” “Love Of My Life,” “My Wonderful Husband,” on the front cover?

In the months after Christmas, I dreaded the greeting card section. Trying to cheer myself up, there were a number of times when I bought my own chocolates and flowers, but I was still left with an unremitting pain in the pit of my stomach. If I was lucky, I’d get to hang out with a girlfriend who was also in the same ‘partner-less’ boat as me.

We would commiserate while eating our self-bought chocolates. February 15th is when I began to feel better, like there was light at the end of the tunnel. Eventually, I learned how to celebrate my single life by loving and accepting myself just exactly as things were. That made all the difference in the world – so much so, that I met and married my dream guy shortly after adopting this new attitude. It happened for me and I know that it’ll happen for you, too. So, let’s put our hands up and have some fun on Valentine’s Day!!