V-day is coming. Do you have any ideas as to how you’re going to celebrate Valentine’s? Usually, men in relationships feel a bit of a pressure during this time of year. Why not, right? There’s a bombardment of chocolate and flower ads. And, romantic comedies practically play on every channel. Most men feel like they have to do something grand.
Celebrate Valentine’s With A Bit Of Unexpected Romance
Despite all the suggestions the media is throwing at you, your partner may not want to celebrate Valentine’s in the usual way. Look at your relationship’s current status. How is your bond with your partner lately? If it’s great, then good for you. But, most likely, a bit of the romance may have already flown out the window. So, this Valentine’s Day, don’t go to restaurants, don’t buy flowers nor chocolates. Try the simple suggestions below to put some romance back into your relationship:
Go To A Date Spot You Haven’t Been To In Ages
Think back to when you were just a new couple. Which spot was the most memorable for both of you? Revisit the spot on Valentine’s Day so that you and your partner can be reminded of the days when your love was more than passionate.
Take A Class Together
Has there ever been an activity that you wanted to do as a couple but didn’t get around to doing it? V-day could be the day. Whether it’s a cooking class, or yoga class, as long as you’ve both been wanting to experience it, go and reserve a slot.
This one is a no pressure date idea. If both of you don’t really want to leave the house, why not give each other massages. This should give you and your loved one some intimate time together.
No matter how you decide to celebrate Valentine’s Day, the most important thing is to spend it reconnecting with the love of your life. Valentine’s Day reminds us that it’s all about love. It’s more than just the flowers, chocolates, or other fancy gifts. For more posts about love and relationships, read more on our blog.