What to know about Valentine’s Day messages

The holiday is usually a time to spend time with family and friends and enjoy the fruits of their labor.

But Valentine’s day has also come to mean more than just happy hours and a big ring.

There are also some pretty important messages on the holiday that should be remembered.

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A message about the holiday should be about love, not hate 2.

It should also be about the gift, not the money 3.

It shouldn’t just be about making a big, expensive gift for someone who needs it most, according to one of the best-selling books on Valentine’s, The Gift: How to Make It Happen by Kate Upton.

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It’s not a time for celebrating wealth.

Instead, it’s a time of sharing your gifts with a wider audience, said Sarah Zuber, the founder of the website The Bride’s Secret.

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A lot of Valentine’s messages are about making new friends and being a better person.

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If you’re going to send a message about your love, don’t make it about the money.

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If someone asks for a special gift, use a gift card instead of a check.

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It is important to say thanks to a person who is not only a person but a friend and partner.

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A love letter shouldn’t end with a question mark, “I love you” or “I miss you.”

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A romantic Valentine’s message should include a picture of your loved one and a message to remember him or her.

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A Valentine’s wish should be meaningful, not a wish of money.

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A couple can be happy by giving gifts and getting together.

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The best time to send your love letter is the day after you get married.

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And most importantly, a Valentine’s date is a date, not an evening out.

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If your loved ones aren’t able to attend, it may be best to have a private Valentine’s night.

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Some Valentine’s dates are more about making memories than being together.

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The holiday has been called the gift that keeps on giving, and it’s about giving back to those who are least able to receive.