You can find a number of free printable Valentine’s Day cards on the Internet, but I made a design that includes a matching envelope.
Here are some ideas to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the one you love;
- Take a walk in a park. Even in cold weather, you can enjoy the scenery and the presence of your loved one.
- Dinner- Make a special dinner or go out to a restaurant. You can also start a tradition of making a favorite meal for this holiday.
- Share a bottle of wine or sparkling cider.
- Make love coupons to be used in the coming weeks. Here is a printable love coupon file.
- Give/share a massage. You can also use the special scented oils, but baby oil works fine too. How to give a massage.
For those who do not have anyone to celebrate, take the day to love yourself or enjoy time with single friends to celebrate love of yourself.
- Take a bubble bath. DIY Bath Homemade Bubble Bath.
- Buy yourself chocolate, wine, or other gift to appreciate who you are.
- Buy yourself flowers or a single rose to remind you that you are a lovely person.
- Have a singles party with friends who are also single.
- Watch a movie by yourself or with other single friends.
Have a great Valentine’s Day!
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You may find that when clicking links in web sites to send email, you get Outlook email popping up. If you use primarily Gmail, this can be frustrating.
Want Gmail to be the default email handler? Here’s a quick tutorial:
1. Open your Gmail in the Chrome Browser and sign into your account.
2. Take note at the upper right-hand corner of the browser, there is an icon called the Protocol Handler icon.
3. Click on that; this switches your default email handler to Gmail.
If you cannot see the icon, there is another way;
- Go to Chrome settings using the small Settings icon located at the upper right hand corner of the Chrome browser.
- At the bottom of the Settings screen, click Advanced settings.
- Now scroll to Privacy.
- In the pop-up window, you will need to scroll down to Handlers.
- Select the drop down menu for Gmail and click Done.
- You now have your Gmail email as your default handler of email.
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When navigating the screen with your computer (PC) mouse, take note on the number of buttons that are available;
RIGHT BUTTON- This button provides the action of clicking, double clicking, and dragging the cursor to create action. Single or double clicking on an icon will open the file/program, or clicking and dragging will ‘highlight’ files/programs and even text in documents.
LEFT BUTTON- This button provides extra commands in the form of pop up menus. By ‘left-clicking’ on an icon, text, program, you get a pop up menu with commands such as Properties or Cut/Paste commands. This varies depending on what item you selected.
SCROLL BUTTON- This button moves like a wheel to navigate through web pages or documents in word processors. But it can do other things too;
- Hover over a hyperlink and press the Scroll Button down like a button and it opens another tab.
- In a browser, click the Ctrl key while scrolling and this will enlarge or make smaller the text.
A tutorial on Mouse properties;
Some of these methods could potentially be done with any smart phone.