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Valentine’s Day: What Does It Mean To You?

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  1. jazz1gabby on February 15, 2011 at 10:20 pm

    i love valentines day but not with a big scab on my forhead!But i still got a secret admirer



  2. George Williams on April 26, 2010 at 12:41 am

    I like Valentine's Day, but it's complicated 🙂



  3. Dara Bell on March 2, 2010 at 4:35 pm

    I agree with your post and the comments its all about you, even in a relationship. You make a better friend too with a little self-love, zero self-loath. I am environmentalist you can go even further with that love.

    I think this post ties nicely into your idea (which I love) of relationship marketing. We do not live in an era of mass marketing, its more Peppers and Rogers or one to one. I think this time social media makes it even more about social savy.



  4. Patty on March 1, 2010 at 5:36 pm

    Great post on Valentine’s Day! You are brave to share so much personal info on your blog about your success and especially your private life. I am still around on twitter, building a following of other news and political junkies, as well as other moms/dads. I’m thinking of starting a new twitter account just for interacting on parenting/mommy stuff…since so much of my littlebytesnews account has grown into a news/info sharing page. I still interact with my followers,RT and refollow others, but I want to focus more on moms&parents for personal growth. Anyway,thought I’d stop by and say hi Mari! Glad to hear life is treating you well. Stay happy&keep smiling!



  5. Sarah Anma on March 1, 2010 at 4:42 pm

    Valentine’s Day to me is all about LOVE. In the past, I have hosted potlucks for all friends (especially the single ones).
    I usually make a hokey handmade thing for my husband, Vj. I love doing it and he appreciates is a great deal. The cornier the better!
    This year, I wrote some short poems on the plane home from my mastermind group (thanks, Fabienne Fredrickson!)in FLA. On the morning of V-Day, I made a little book out of index cards and embroidery thread and wrote the poems inside. You can see a picture of it here: http://artofrelationship.net/valentines-season/
    We like to make something for each other and/or buy a gift but it isn’t necessary. We are all about giving when we are moved to. Obligation makes it a drag so we avoid that.



  6. Dana on February 25, 2010 at 9:02 am

    Mari absolutely love your blog, it is exactly where my head is at, but more importantly, you enormous soul you, it’s where my soul is! Mari have you taken in “The Way of the Peaceful Warrior,” would seem so, since you be just there…you are so wonderful, love to you and the folks who follow your wonderful leadership.



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