25 Movies to Watch on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is almost here. Are you in the mood to binge-watch romantic tales? Check out the following list of romantic movies to watch this Valentine’s Day.

  1. Valentine’s Day (2010)
  2. Pride & Prejudice (2005)
  3. Love & Basketball (2000)
  4. The Notebook (2004)
  5. P.S. I Love You (2007)
  6. Letters to Juliet (2010)
  7. When Harry Met Sally (1989)
  8. 10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
  9. Moonstruck (1987)
  10. Dirty Dancing (1987)
  11. Singin’ in the Rain (1952)
  12. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)
  13. Pretty in Pink (1986)
  14. Music and Lyrics (2007)
  15. Last Holiday (2006)
  16. She’s All That (1999)
  17. Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
  18. Pretty Woman (1990)
  19. Say Anything (1989)
  20. Ghost (1990)
  21. A Walk to Remember (2002)
  22. Titanic (1997)
  23. Love, Simon (2018)
  24. 50 First Dates (2004)
  25. Love Actually

Are these movies not exactly what you are looking for this Valentine’s Day? You can always watch a fun childhood classic, Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown (1975).

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Hashtags for Valentine’s Day

Every day millions of people use hashtags to attach a specific subject across social media platforms. Valentine’s Day is a perfect time to connect.  Are you looking for the right hashtags to celebrate Valentine’s Day 2021? Check out the following list of ideas.



































What Valentine hashtag will you use?

20 Quotes for Valentine’s Day

Are you ready for February 14th? Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.  The day is all about love. Are you trying to figure out the right words to write on a card?  Perhaps, the following quotes will provide the perfect inspiration.

  1. “Life is the flower for which love is the honey.” – Victor Hugo.
  2. “If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day, so I never have to live without you,”Winnie the Pooh.
  3. “I am grateful to have been loved and to be loved now and to be able to love, because that liberates. Love liberates,” – Maya Angelou.
  4. “To love and be loved is to the feel the sun from both sides.” – David Viscott.
  5. “Whatever souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” – Emily Bronte.
  6. “Love is the greatest refreshment in life.” – Pablo Picasso.
  7. “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. / I love thee to the depth and breadth and height / My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight / For the ends of being and ideal grace.” ­– Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  8. “There’s no bad consequence to loving fully, with all your heart. You always gain by giving love.” – Reese Witherspoon.
  9. “Doubt thou the stars are fire; Doubt that the sun doth move; Doubt truth to be a liar; But never doubt I love,” – William Shakespeare.
  10. “All that you are is all that I’ll ever need.” – Ed Sheeran.
  11. “Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back.” – Plato.
  12. “Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind, and therefore is wing’d Cupid painted blind.”William Shakespeare.
  13. “There is no remedy for love but to love more,” – Henry David Thoreau.
  14. “You are the finest, loveliest, tenderest, and most beautiful person I have ever known, but even that is an understatement,” – F. Scott Fitzgerald.
  15. “You are the answer to every prayer I’ve offered.” – Nicholas Sparks.
  16. “When you love someone all your saved-up wishes start coming out.” – Elizabeth Bowen.
  17. “Love is something eternal … The aspect may change but not the essence.” – Vincent Van Gogh.
  18. “You can’t blame gravity for falling in love.” – Albert Einstein.
  19. “If I had a flower for every time I thought of you … I could walk through my garden forever.” – Alfred Tennyson.
  20. “You know you’re in love when you can’t fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”- Dr. Suess


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February Photo Prompts

Welcome, February 2021! Time to take some photos! Of course, many believe February is the month of love! Do not forget, Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Do you need some photo inspiration? Check out the following prompts for February 2021!

  1. New month, new selfie.
  2. Low Light
  3. Food
  4. Pink
  5. Fluffy
  6. Lines
  7. Shapes
  8. Sunrise or Sunset
  9. Love
  10. Stuffed Animal
  11. Flowers
  12. Hearts
  13. Chocolates
  14. Valentine’s Day!
  15. 3 pm
  16. Patterns
  17. 3 Like Objects
  18. Water
  19. Roads or Streets
  20. Signs
  21. Down Low
  22. Clouds
  23. Weather
  24. Up High
  25. Close-Up
  26. Far Away
  27. Out the Window
  28. To Your Left


Self-Care on Valentine’s Day

No date for Valentine’s Day? Don’t let the holiday get you down. Enjoy your free time. Take a moment to relax and recharge. Self-care is essential for your mind, body, and spirit. Do you need ideas for self-care on Valentine’s Day? Check out the list below.

Get Outdoors

Unplug from your devices and skip social media for the day.

  • Go for a long walk.
  • Take your dog for a walk or to the dog park.
  • Go for a hike.
  • Eat lunch outdoors.
  • Grab your camera and go for a nature walk.

Even if the weather is cold, a 15-minute stroll around the block can be invigorating.

Start a Journal

Getting your thoughts on paper can be a refreshing experience.

  • Write down your feelings.
  • Describe past experiences.
  • Write about your childhood.
  • Create a gratitude list.
  • Write a letter to your future or past self.
  • Write a story.


 Check out local organizations for a list of volunteer opportunities. For example, numerous animal shelters or rescues ask for volunteer dog walkers. Who knows, you may even meet your next four-legged friend.

Pamper Yourself

Spend some time on yourself.

  • Get a massage.
  • Get a new haircut.
  • Get your nails done by a professional.
  • Take a long nap.
  • Read a book.
  • Go to a museum or art gallery.
  • Take a hot bubble bath.
  • Binge-watch your favorite movie or television show.
  • Order take-out.
  • Make your favorite homemade meal.
  • Buy your own flowers or candy.
  • Go to your favorite café.

Do Arts and Crafts

Let your creative self out on Valentine’s Day. Stop at your local art and crafts store. Pick up some supplies and let your creativity shine. Draw, paint, or do a craft.

Valentine’s Day is the perfect way to indulge. Pamper yourself and enjoy the holiday.

Low-Cost Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Is your budget a little tight this Valentine’s Day? Do not worry. Celebrating Valentine’s Day does not have to cost a lot of money. Using a little creativity, a Valentine’s Day celebration can cost almost nothing.

Low-Cost Ideas to Celebrate With the One You Love

Fancy dinners and roses are lovely for Valentine’s Day. But often the costs do not fit into your budget. Using a little creativity, your Valentine’s Day can be just as great without the expense.

  • Movie and Popcorn: Cuddle under a comfy blanket while eating popcorn and watching a good movie. Spending some quality time together is a great way to enjoy Valentine’s Day.
  • Have a Picnic: Pack a picnic basket and head outdoors. The trip does not have to be far. Go to your local park. If the weather is too cold for an outdoor picnic, set one up in your living room.
  • Make a Homemade Valentine: Grab some construction paper and start creating a one of a kind Valentine for the one you love.
  • Create a Photo Book: Print some of your favorite photos and create a photo album. Write notes on why the images are important to you. Tell the story behind each photo. Add quotes or poetry.
  • Make a Special Meal: Make your significant other’s favorite meal. Or cook a meal together to enjoy as a couple.
  • Eat Dessert: If you are not in the habit of making a dessert, find something special to prepare. For example, make brownies and use heart-shaped cookie cutters to cut our Valentine’s Day treats.
  • Be a Tourist in Your Hometown: When was the last time you went to your local art gallery or museum? Being a hometown tourist is an exciting way to spend Valentine’s Day. Generally, the cost of admission is low. In many cases, local attractions will host Valentine’s Day events with special discounts.
  • Go Hiking: Unplug and hit the trails. Spend an afternoon hiking on your favorite trail or find a new one to explore. Do not forget your dog. Hiking is a great Valentine’s Day treat for your four-legged companion.
  • Go for a Walk: If hiking is too much for you, go for a walk. Stroll around your block. Grab your camera, head outdoors, and go for a nature walk. Enjoy your time together.
  • Make Valentine’s Day a Family Night: Valentine’s Day does not need to be just about couples. Host a family fun night. Play board games. Watch a favorite family movie.

Make Valentine’s Day special for you. Whether you go out as a couple or relax at home with your family, spend quality time together.

Rebecca’s February Photo Prompts

For many, February is known as the month of love. Use Valentine’s Day as an inspiration in your photos. Do you need some help? Check out the following photo prompts for February.

  1. Selfie (Start the second month of 2020 with a new selfie).
  2. Happy Groundhog’s Day! Shadows
  3. Distance
  4. 2 p.m.
  5. Chocolates
  6. Kiss
  7. Red
  8. Heart
  9. Rose or Flower
  10. Meal
  11. Romance
  12. Stuffed Animal
  13. Love
  14. Happy Valentine’s Day!
  15. Up Close
  16. Nature
  17. Signs
  18. Beverage
  19. Current View
  20. Sunset or Sunrise
  21. Happy
  22. Water
  23. Clouds
  24. Weather
  25. Treat
  26. Shapes
  27. Blue
  28. Adventure
  29. Leap Year! Your Choice

Have fun with your photos. Ask family or friends to join. Post your pictures to social media. Or print and frame your images to display proudly on your wall.

Last Minute Valentine’s Day Ides to Fit Your Budget

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Movies and television shows always show romantic trips, gold jewelry, or other luxurious gifts. In reality, Valentine’s Day may not be a budget-friendly holiday. Showing your significant other you care does not mean breaking the bank. The romantic effort should always be more important than the gift.

Budget Friendly Valentine’s Day Ideas

Do not let the pressure of Valentine’s Day get to you or your loved one. The day should be about your happiness and love for each other.

  1. Indoor Picnic

Is the weather not ideal for an outdoor picnic? Bring the fun indoors. Spread out a blanket in your living room. Play soft music. Enjoy a picnic style meal in the comfort and warmth of your own home.

  1. Mixed Tape

Okay, so the term mixed tape is completely outdated. But the concept is still an excellent idea for Valentine’s Day. Create a playlist of your loved one’s favorite songs. Do not forget to add songs with special meaning. For example, what song was playing on your first date? If you are married, remember to include the song from your first dance at your wedding.

  1. Romantic Dinner

Try a new recipe or make favorite to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Add candlelight. If you are concerned about the fire hazard, use flameless candles to inspire a romantic atmosphere.

  1. A Special Dessert

Bake your loved one’s cookies or a heart shape cake. A special dessert is great for Valentine’s Day.

  1. Special Notes

Put your feelings for your significant other into words. Write poems, special memories, or create suggestive coupons. Leave notes in various places to show your love including:

  • On the coffee maker
  • Computer keyboard
  • Bathroom mirror
  • In the vehicle

Get creative. Make your notes heart-shaped.  Or make homemade Valentine’s Day cards.

  1. Be a Tourist

Check out local events. Many different venues may offer free or low-cost admittance of Valentine’s Day. Visit your local museum or art gallery. Being a tourist in your home town is a perfect way to spend quality time together on Valentine’s Day.

  1. Local Brewery or Pub

Your local brewery, pub or bar may be hosting a band on Valentine’s Day. Go listen to a new band.

  1. Staying Home

Often the best way to spend Valentine’s Day is at home. A long work week or hectic schedule may leave you and your loved one in need of a night of relaxation. Put your cell phones on vibrate. Watch a movie or catch up on your favorite television show. Make popcorn. Snuggle on the couch. Simply spend the night together.

February Photo Prompt Inspiration

Are you ready for the shortest month in the year? February brings Valentine’s Day, the Super Bowl and much more. Enjoy the month by making memories. Take pictures. Gather inspiration. And, simply enjoy.

February Photo Prompts

  1. Selfie
  2. Outside your window
  3. Something small
  4. Landscape or skyscape
  5. Pet or animal
  6. Warm drink
  7. Favorite romance
  8. Flowers
  9. Love
  10. Something fuzzy
  11. Valentine’s Day or other sweet treats
  12. Red/pinks
  13. Hearts
  14. Valentine’s Day fun
  15. Sign or symbol
  16. Stuffed animal or toy
  17. Favorite meal of the day
  18. Patterns
  19. Low view
  20. Snack or special treat
  21. Water
  22. Something blue
  23. High view
  24. Birds
  25. Sunrise or sunset
  26. Clouds
  27. Happiness
  28. Dream
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