Valentine’s Day can be a date driven by all sorts of emotions. Whether it’s passion, a date with a loved one, or even melancholy if you’ve just gone through a breakup.
Regardless of the prevailing mood during the day, often at the movies, those who don’t find someone special to spend that date are doomed to spend the day at home, with boxes of chocolates around them, a marathon of romantic movies, wondering when it will be their turn to race. at the airport for an afternoon heartthrob session.
Believe me, there is nothing wrong with spending such a day. But regretting not having a companion should be the last priority in your life. to-do list. After all, why not put on a nice outfit and enjoy Valentine’s Day alone with the best company: yourself?
VISIT A NEW RESTAURANT
Japanese, Indian, Hawaiian… How about trying something different on Sunday? If you don’t like dining alone, invite a friend to keep you company.
Arturito was founded in 2008 in the prestigious Bairro Pinheiros area of Sao Paulo. For lovers of pasta, the restaurant of Argentinean chef Paola Carosella can be an excellent option.
Bar Let’s Poke Praia
For those looking for a different, cool, open and wooded place to spend Valentine’s Day in a different climate, Bar Let’s Poke Praia, located in the Santana area, north of Sao Paulo, is an excellent choice. Focused on Hawaiian cuisine, the place offers a variety of drinks for lunch, dinner or happy hour, beer and several options for ready-made poke or over 1000 ingredient combinations from the Monte Seu Poke menu.
Aizome is located in the southern part of Sao Paulo, on the large Avenida Paulista and inside the Japan House. Chef Thelma Shiraishi’s restaurant follows the cultural center’s proposal to show the modernity and diversity of Japan.
O tandoor a clay oven that originates on the northwestern border of India. The food at Tandoor, located in the southern part of São Paulo, in the Paraiso area, is reflected in the authentic sauces and seasonings that are used in all dishes. The skewers are placed in the middle of the oven, and the buns are baked on the inner walls. A delicate dish with a delicate aroma of Indian herbs and spices is served.
MAKE A HOME SPA
Often, daily skin care can be a challenge. On Sunday, how about taking some time to take care of yourself and bet on a homemade spa? You can invest in skin care like exfoliation, clay mask and even cucumber on the eyes!
There are also several massage options (shiatsu, reflexology, relaxation and Ayurvedic) that can be done at home. Massage usually promotes relaxation (although it has other associated benefits). Thus, relaxing massage is one of the easiest methods to reproduce at home.
GOOD SHAPE Choice
GEL FACE MASK
MASK FOR LEGS
Who doesn’t love to dance? Not only does the practice benefit the body, but it also helps with flexibility, muscle tone, strength, and extra physical fitness to name just a few of the benefits. Want more reasons to practice? Activity stimulates the hippocampus, the region of the brain responsible for memory. “Dancing still requires concentration to process and coordinate movements,” explains Body Systems trainer Marcia Angeli.
If you can’t skate and it’s preventing you from falling on the dance floor at a party: check out our step-by-step guide.
MARATHON OF YOUR FAVORITE SERIES
If loud music is not for you atmosphere, how about a marathon from the series you’ve been wanting to start for a long time?
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The plot follows the relationship of a group of people born on the same day who turn 36, including Rebecca and Jack, a couple expecting triplets; Kevin, an actor who is tired of what he does; Kate, a woman trying to lose weight, and Randall, a wealthy man looking for his biological father.
A young doctor starts his first day of work under the care of a brilliant, tough resident, but his day at the hospital may be harder than he thinks. Between rescues and defeats, the newcomer realizes that his expectations are never met.
The series follows the life of Claire, a World War II military nurse who ends up time-traveling to 1743 and immediately finds herself in an unknown world of adventure that leaves her in fear for her life. Based on in the literary saga “The Time Traveler” by author Diana Gabaldon.