Whether your relationship is brand new or decades old, Valentine’s Day is a special time of year. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity for you and your lover to reconnect, and a wonderful way to show how much you care.
If you feel as romantic as ever but are stuck for great Valentine’s Day ideas, you are not alone. It can be hard to outdo yourself year after year, and after a time that idea well starts to run dry. Here are some clever and romantic ideas to help you rekindle the spark and bring back those magical early days of your relationship.
Start the Celebration Early
Why wait for Valentine’s Day? Starting the celebration early is a great way to make the following days and nights more special. Coordinate with her coworker to slip a single red rose on her desk at work. Welcome her home on Valentine‘s Eve with a candlelit dinner and a home-cooked meal. The possibilities are nearly endless.
This early start does not get you off the hook for the main event. You will still want to wow her when V-Day comes around, and you will want to outdo your earlier ideas. These pre-Valentine’s Day festivities should merely be a preview of what’s to come.
Leave Love Notes In Strategic Places
Even in the age of social media and instant messaging, there is something special about a handwritten note. Those handwritten notes are even better when they come from your lover, and better still when they express their heartfelt expression.
As Valentine’s Day draws near, grab your best pad of paper, your sparkliest pen and start writing. Leave those notes in strategic places, not just the bathroom mirror but in the nightstand, under the pillow and by the front door. You and your special someone can trade loving words and deeds.
Play Tourist in Your Own Back Yard
Whetheryou live in a major city or small town, there are probably attractions that bring tourists attractions you and your special someone have never even seen.
It is easy to ignore the tourist attractions in our own back yard, but Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to explore them.
Make a list of the local attractions you have always wanted to see, then gather your significant other, jump in the car and get ready for a day of adventure. Be sure to pack a picnic basket with delicious food and a bottle ofwine so you can enjoy a picnic in the park on the joumey back home.
Finding exciting new things to do on Valentine’s Day is not always easy, especially if you have been together for a long time. Feeling romantic is one thing, but showing that romance can sometimes be a challenge. The ideaslisted above can help you get back in the Valentine’s Day groove so you and your sweetheart can enjoy a wonderful romantic time together.