Font of wisdom and Queen of Everything, Ru Paul famously says, “If you can't love yourself,
how in the hell you gonna love somebody else?”
And we’re taking this mood into Valentine’s Day next week.
Whether single or partnered, we think everyone should practice self-love on the day traditionally celebrated only by couples.
Buy yourself presents, send yourself flowers, eat chocolate in the bath - whatever makes you happy.
In the famous words of Donna and Tom from Parks and Recreation:
We’ve put together a list of romantic and sexy gifts to help you show you how you feel about you.
Don’t forget to write yourself a card.
Wearing lingerie should be as much about how you feel as it is about how you look. More even.
Just because nobody else is going to see it doesn’t mean you can’t feel sexy and enjoy it. You do you.
Raspberries and chocolate - it’s a marriage made in confectionary heaven.
I’m honestly thinking of sending Allen’s a thank you card. Or maybe a love letter.
There’s nothing like a bold red lip to make you feel confident and sexy.
And, just like lingerie, you don’t need to wear it for anyone but yourself.
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Send yourself some flowers,
To say Happy Valentine’s Day to you.
When was the last time you bought yourself perfume?
If you can’t remember, it’s time for more.
Because when practising self-love, it helps if you smell nice.
Draw yourself a bath, light a bunch of candles, and put on some Lizzo.
If you don’t love yourself more after five minutes, you’re doing it wrong. Try Ecoya’s new Autumn Limited Edition fragrances, they’re divine.
Just trust me on this one.
If it were legal to marry objects, I’d be Mrs. Womanizer-Red-Duo-Rechargeable-G-Spot-and-Clitoral-Stimulator by now.
There’s wearing your heart on your sleeve, and then there’s wearing it on everything else.
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