Take the Ultimate 'Me' Time and Experience Celebrating Your Birthday Solo
We're well-aware that you ladies can be quite the adventurer. And we're glad that most of you are no longer bound by stereotypes and labels.
So look at that - now you've got a full bucketlist full of unusual goals and to-dos. How about add one doable thing in there? Celebrate your birthday with the reason for the season - you.
Here are three ideas that you can do on your special day:
The Ultimate Me-Day
This is the one day of the year when you’re allowed to be selfish, when your focus is centered on what could make you happy, when you can splurge and not feel an ounce of guilt.
If you have the budget for it, you can book in a great hotel of your choice the night before your birthday. Start your day with a breakfast buffet. Thinking about your diet is not allowed. After a satisfying breakfast, or brunch if you slept in, visit the spa and have that much-needed full-body massage, a mani-pedi, and get that new haircut while you’re at it.
Buy that great outfit you’ve been eyeing for months and do not regret a penny spent on making yourself feel happy. Today is the day you should go 100% hakuna matata.
Don't feel like being selfish? Find a charity that caters to the things you hold most dearly and give back. Making a substantial monetary donation is more than great, but there is something to be said when what you give is more substantial: time and kind words.
There is always something so satisfying about making other people happy. Your friends and family will always be there. Why not give the gift of your presence and heart to those who have nothing.
You matter and could inspire an impact to other people. Make this happen on your special day.
Give yourself the gift of being a solivagant! Pack your bags and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime. There's something different traveling with people who matter to you and traveling alone.
As you welcome another year around the sun, allow yourself to discover more about you and explore a different perspective of the world by traveling solo and breakout from your comfort zone.
It’s a must that you remember what’s important. At the end of the day, you have to have a big smile, ready to start the day after it (with your new age!) with renewed enthusiasm and hope.