Valentine’s Day can be really difficult if you’re single. It’s even harder if you’re stuck at home. Instead of feeling the love, you end up feeling very alone.
What do you do if you’re ill or disabled and are unable to go out to have fun? If you’re bored of being stuck at home, sick of the same four walls?
The solution – you bring the party to you and I'm doing just that with my Party in your Pad. It breaks the isolation and monotony, by creating a fun, relaxing experience at home. It gives you something to look forward to, a way to enjoy the day, without having to be part of a couple.
On 14th February, I'll be throwing a Valentine’s Day Party in your Pad, celebrating friendship and love around the world; but party goers never leave the comfort of their own home.
Instead you get exclusive access to the online virtual party area, where you can download and print all the digital party content, everything you need to have a fabulous Party in your Pad.
The party goers also receive two virtual experiences, a virtual tea party in a rose garden and some virtual archery, Cupid style. They come as an e-book or audio that you can enjoy. They are similar to guided meditations; but are much more exciting than lying on a beach. It takes you on a journey through the imagination, allowing you to relax and have fun.
The last virtual party was for New Year’s Eve and we all had so much fun. It was great being able to share the party with other people. It made it that much more real.
“I must admit I wasn’t sure about signing up for the party, as I don’t like New Year much and the thought of doing something seemed a bit of an effort. I’m so glad I did though, as it was great. My family joined in with me and we all enjoyed it.” commented one guest.
No one should feel alone at any time of the year; but it’s often worse during public holidays. I want to use my experiences to help others have a good time, despite the daily challenges they face.
The virtual parties and holidays focus on escaping reality for a little while, returning feeling more relaxed and with lots of happy memories.
To join the Valentine's Day Party, and also access all the other Parties in your Pad I'm throwing in the next few months, then become a Live in Love in Laugh in member. Details here...
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Claire Wade is the winner of the Good Housekeeping Novel Competition and author of The Choice. She was bed bound for six years with severe ME, trapped in a body that wouldn't do what she wanted. She now writes about people who want to break free from the constraints of their lives, a subject she's deeply familiar with.
I'm an author, disability activist, winner of the Good Housekeeping First Novel Competition and The EABA for Fiction 2020 and founder of Authors with Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses (ADCI).
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