Gallery: 6 Ways To Have A Shareable Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and all kinds of people are looking for ways to show their sweetheart or loved ones that they care. We spend copious amounts of money on red and white "stuff" in the name of love. Although they may seem cute, there's nothing sweet about conventional candies, cards or jewelry, which all come with heavy environmental impact. Sharing, the operative term for the emerging trend of collaborative consumption, provides a fun and affordable alternative to the highly-commercialized Valentine's Day we all love to hate. The Sharing Economy suggests that access is more desirable than ownership, and experiences more important than material possessions. After all, it's not the flowers, but the memory of the sweet person who gave them to you that warms your heart years later. Collaborative consumption services can open up a world of unforgettable experiences without being wasteful, and so here are six ideas for planning a shareable Valentine's Day.

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  1. Celine Bags April 1, 2013 at 2:44 am

    the photo are very interesting, thank you for sharing.

  2. CCF Ideas February 14, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    Great ideas for a sustainable Valentines Day. Just because you’re a conscious consumer doesn’t mean you’re a grouch! Check out our “Share the love” Valentines day ideas here:

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