Galentine’s Day 2021 is a fun twist on Valentine’s Day. Originally Valentine’s Day was for the lovers, but what about friendship-based love? I love spending time with my friends and making sure that they feel adored as well. Here are some ideas on how to spend your Galentine’s Day with your loved friends.
Take a Calligraphy Class
It doesn’t hurt to learn a new skill this Galentine’s Day with your friends. From learning how to sign your notes beautifully, it shows that you are putting in the effort to care more about the person receiving them. Ava Piper & Co. is one of those fantastic companies that provides calligraphy instruction. This Galentine’s Day, the founder of the company, Lashay, teaches a small group in Miami, Florida, on the art of calligraphy.
Attend a Cooking Class
Food is one of the most beautiful things you can do to bond with your friends and family. From how you prepare it to cook it together, it’s a beautiful partnership. One of the ways you can celebrate this year is to attend a virtual cooking class. One of my favorite cooks, Britt Hollie, is hosting a Galentine’s Day cooking session where she is highlighting Italian cuisine this year.
Book a Staycation
Grab your closest girlfriends and head to a nearby hotel for a nice staycation. Give yourself a chance and chance to celebrate your love for each other while seeing something new. Not only are you enjoying your vacation, but you will also be supporting the travel industry while at home. Try the hotel restaurants or head out to the country to the Chateau Elan Winery.
Rent a Theater
Even though movie theaters are not open to the general public, some theater gives their customers an option to rent out an entire theatre for their family and friends. Take advantage of this moment and rent with your girlfriends on one of your favorite movies. From AMC movie theaters, you can find yourself enjoying the big screen again.
In the end, I hope you have a beautiful Valentine’s Day and Galentine’s Day 2021. Either with your friends or your partner, make sure that it is a great one. We have learned that COVID has changed our lives. Let’s make it for the better.