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St. Valenswine’s Day Advice, National Time Management Day and More Important February Dates

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St. Valenswine’s Day Advice, National Time Management Day and More Important February Dates

Four million. That’s how many people are expected to announce their engagement on Feb. 14. 38 to 53 million. That’s how many men in the U.S. have cheated on their wives, according to InfidelityAdvice.com. And it’s on Feb. 13 — a.k.a. St. Valenswine’s Day — that they celebrate their illicit joy. Have proposal ideas ready for the former. As for the latter, be discreet and keep an eye out for those splashier purchases men invariably make for their mistresses.

Feb. 01  February is National Time Management Month. To honor the occasion, pick five things each day that really need to get done and then eliminate the bottom two. Then do them.

Feb. 02  Today marks 15 years since the first National Wear Red Day to raise awareness about the No. 1 killer of women in the US, heart disease. Get involved in a community activity or host your own red-themed party. 

Feb. 12  The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show gets under way at Madison Square Garden, the perfect peg for a “pupperware” party. Get in some matching owner-hound jewelry — it’s an explosive market.

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