Pressure makes it hard to decipher your own feelings. Since it's not only the month of Presidents and Ground Hogs but also Love, I think it might be appropriate to address this challenge.
If you're feeling weekend dissatisfaction it may be for one of the following reason:
1. You are forcing yourself to go to every singles activity offered on the planet - If that's the case you likely need to give yourself a break! Pull yourself out of quasi-delusional thinking and relax a bit. Missing ONE activity or party you've been invited to will not lead to missing your future spouse! I don't think God is tricky like that, in fact I know he's not. Having some internal peace will probably do a lot more for your life than viewing every event as obligatory.
2. Your weekends are mostly spent in hermit-like hibernation - If you read #1 and started adding to your list of justifications for sitting in your pajamas watching movies by yourself for the 20th straight weekend, let's be honest, you would probably be happier if you dusted yourself off and went in for one of those activities (or even more honestly, possibly signed up for some helpful counseling). THIS IS YOUR LIFE and your life is as real and valid today as it ever will be (despite marital status) and deserves to be lived!
3. You're feeling a little stagnant - Ok, this is milder than #2 and is probably just swallow-your-pride or think creatively kind of stuff. You might just need to try something new, branch out a little (with the purpose of making your life what it needs to be, not just to find someone to marry) like - a singles trip, internet dating, have a serious talk with God or change cities, job, your focus or ward. A great way to spend the weekend.
You've heard all of that before. I guess the real question is what could you do this weekend that would really feel good? That would bring feelings of an open heart, peace, joy, happiness? It's easy to make our whole lives about being single including every minute of our weekends. But you are bigger than that one question! I hope you have a great weekend. . .but, no pressure.
Painting from here.