Whether you've been married 40 years, have just met your new flame or are happily single this Valentine’s Day, it's the perfect occasion to celebrate the love you hold for that special someone in your life – even if it’s just yourself! Valentine's Day often requires some special planning but, given the restrictions all of us in the UK are facing in 2021, this year's celebration of love and romance demands even more creative, out-the-box thinking. Of course, gifts have an important role to play on V-Day, but nothing beats a planned activity as a way of displaying the depth of your affection for your beloved, or as a means of boosting your mood during this sometimes less-than-easy holiday. Fortunately, this year the 14th February falls on a Sunday, meaning that (at least for the vast majority) demonstrating your love for your other half, new romantic interest or even yourself doesn't need to be planned around work and squeezed into a few short hours. You've got the entire day to create new memories with your loved one and reminisce on the romantic journey that has led you to the present moment, or to kick back and indulge in some self-care! Since that's the case, we thought we'd put together a brief list of date ideas to help you properly celebrate the occasion, despite the trickier circumstances, and enjoy Valentine's to the max – whatever your situation.