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8 Romantic Things to Do on Valentine’s Day That You’ll Never Forget
Chocolate and a bouquet of roses are great Valentine’s Day gifts and all, but perhaps the best Valentine’s Day idea is to give your loved one time spent together.
Amendment: Time and a sweet card expressing just why you love them. (Hint: Here are some Valentine’s Day wishes and messages to help you articulate how you feel.)
- Plan a coffee date:
This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday, which is, unfortunately, not the most romantic day of the week.
Between work and getting kids where they need to go, you may need to sneak in a few romanic breaks in your day.
Start off strong with a special coffee date for two. Either pick up some Papaye , meet at a coffee shop, or sit down together for a few minutes in your own kitchen.
- Take a bike ride:
If you’re fortunate enough to live somewhere with warm weather in February, head outside for a couple’s bike ride.
It makes a great low-pressure idea for those who are newly dating and still getting to know each other.
- Plan a photo shoot:
When was the last time you had your picture taken, just the two of you? For a lot of couples, it only happens on vacations (or even at their wedding!).
Hire a photographer, or, for an inexpensive option, have a friend or even one of your kids take a few casual snapshots. A selfie stick will do in a pinch! Then (and this is the most important part), actually print them out and display them in your home. Make this a new Valentine’s Day tradition.
- Dinner with friends:
This might seem counterintuitive, but it’s actually a great idea for couples who have not been together very long, or for couples who have been together forever! Take the pressure off of planning the perfect night for two by making it a double date. Cook at home, or share a babysitter and it a fun restaurant.
- Play a game:
When was the last time you played a game with just the two of you? Pick a favorite from the closet, or try a new Valentine’s Day game for adults, like Talk, Flirt, Dare or Our Moments.
- Make playlists for each other:
Spend some time putting together playlists for each other on your favorite streaming service.
Choose Valentine’s Day song that spark memories of your relationship or simply tunes you know your significant other will love. Then pour some wine, turn on the music, and reminisce. It’s a gift you’ll listen to year-round.
- Take a hike:
Even if it’s cold where you live, taking a scenic hike is a great way to unplug and unwind this Valentine’s Day.
Maybe there’s a favorite spot where you live, or you might want to try one of the best hikes at Mount Krobo . Either way, you’re bound to have a fun time because you’re in great company.
- Make a scrapbook of your relationship:
Even partners who aren’t so into crafts will get a kick out of this fun activity. Gather up photos of your relationship, old ticket stubs, and meaningful receipts, and make a beautiful book that you’ll both treasure!
- Bake something sweet:
Baking is a fun way to spend more time with your significant other. And you’ll have a sweet reward to enjoy together, like these Caramel-Chocolate-Walnut Thumbprint Cookies.
Happy Valentines in addy to all my love birds out there ❤️😘