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Happy Valentine’s Day you mob!

Whether you go crazy for heart-shaped-anything or refuse to engage with the whole Valentine’s shebang, I’m still sending you love. For me, that’s what this is about. Love! Chocolates, flowers, gifts and adornments are pleasant accessories to the day, but they aren’t necessary. Love can be shown in many ways – and not just to your partner, but to yourself, your family, your friends, etc. And, though it’s nice to have a day dedicated to the expression of love, it needn’t be limited to mid-February only. In my opinion, thoughtful and romantic acts are appropriate (and should be encouraged!) any day of the year. A sentiment happily shared by my husband 🙂

Through the past week I’ve been sharing articles, recipes, images and links on my Facebook page, celebrating love in all its forms. Take a look if you’re seeking some inspiration. Otherwise, enjoy your day – which also happens to be the feast of St Valentine – and bask in the love around you.


About Kathleen Murphy

Australian naturopath and freelance writer, based in Sydney. I love working with people from all walks of life, helping them institute changes that can become life-long health habits. I can be found at Uclinic | 421 Bourke Street, Surry Hills | Ph: 02 9332 0400 |

3 responses »

  1. I ‘love’ this post! Going to make watermelon love hearts tonight!

  2. Love the cute watermelon hearts. I second yours and your hubby’s sentiment! Why should being thoughtful and spontaneously romantic be for one day a year anyway? V-Day has become a Hallmark holiday and not really about love and sharing and caring anymore. Its an excuse to to do the “over the top” lovey-dovey thing once a year and then forget about it for another 12 months. Thumbs down to that!


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