No, I'd prefer it not to be a holiday at all. I dislike Valentine's Day. Despite my best efforts in the past (whether single or not) V-Day never went well. In fact, I've had more than one break up that happened very close to that date. Also, there's something unauthentic and pretentious about making a holiday that forces everyone to be romantic on that day. It's also become very "commercialized" in my opinion, just another holiday to try and get people to spend money.
I'm very much a romantic, but I feel like a person should be romantic more than just one day a year (and voluntarily instead of guilt-ed into it). As my boyfriend puts it, "Every day should be Valentine's Day." There are many ways that you can you can show your love and affection to your significant other every day, in little ways that matter more than cards or flowers (which have become very cliche anyway). You don't need to spend lots of money to do this, you just need to be thoughtful. In my opinion, as a woman, it's the everyday little things that count the most.