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Published on: 08 Feb 2017 by scott089
Here Are The Ideas to Celebrate Valentine's Day Week
Trust is an absolute must in any relationship, even when partners admit they don’t want to have anything to do with love. And we know how remotely that your intentions are nothing but carnal — isn’t that why you’re browsing through this article? It’s time for you to face what the Bee Gees were yakking about, “How deep is your love / How deep is your love / I really mean to learn”.
Headline: Prove it this Valentine’s
Saying you love someone or even that you like someone doesn’t always come easy. Don’t we have good news for you! We’re not giving you ideas just to make Valentine’s Day special. Instead, we’re dishing out 7 ways for you to express how you feel all full 7 days of Valentine’s Week.
6 days to go to V-Day: Give your partner a hint that you’re cooking up something special for Valentine’s.
If you haven’t already made your intentions known that you’re planning something for Valentine’s, now is the best time to let your partner know about your plans. You don’t want your partner to make other plans, do you?
Make the announcement extra special. Say it with a token, like a rose for her or a personalized beer mug for him. Make this the day for a prelude for what’s to come. If you have time, you can drop a riddle or hint about your secret, surprise V-Day plan.
5 days to go to V-Day: Time to sweeten up the moment.
Something pleasantly sweet like an indulgent chocolate, a cake slice or a cone of ice cream sets up the mood for a celebration. Sugar will give you both a natural high that will keep you smiling, laughing and teasing for a good remainder of the week. Worry about the nasty added calories later.
4 days to go to V-Day: Work out together.
Didn’t we tell you to tackle the excess calories? Well, you should also prep for more food indulgence in the next couple of days. Workout in the gym first thing in the morning or, head out to the bay area or park after office. Pair up for stretching exercise and find a good but unusual way for warm hand-holding and meaningful stares.
3 days to go to V-Day: Order her favorite coffee brand and blend.
Send a little love on your partner’s way by leaving coffee and a healthy sandwich by the bed side, breakfast table or send it up her office desk. Include a note that gives her a positive mindset to last for the rest of the day. Don’t forget to write down a sweet message like “I love you” or “I already miss you”.
2 days to go to V-Day: Take a side trip.
Surprise her by driving down to the joint where you first bumped into each other or drive by the old house where you made good memories of your early years together. Being reminded of a good memory can rekindle the love and passion between you and your partner in ways you never thought will ever be possible.
1 day to go to V-Day: Assign an official song for your Valentine’s date.
Get a quartet or the house band to play your favorite song over dinner. Or, make a video of your fondest memories as a couple and plug in your song in the background. Songs make for great memories. From this point forward, your partner can’t help but associate your relationship and this year’s Valentine’s with your official soundtrack for this hearts’ month.
Day 0: Give your partner an extraordinary experience.
The 7 days of Valentine’s week all lead up to this day. The gift of experience is so much more powerful than gifting your partner with expensive little things. Identify an activity that neither of you has tried before which you can do together — hike, rock climb, dive, tango, cook, go on a road trip or try a cuisine that’s alien to your taste buds
It takes at least a week to set the tone right for Valentine’s. If you’re fixing up a grand way to commemorate heart’s day anyway, how difficult would it be to celebrate the heart’s week instead? Whether your relationship has yet to start, a few months old or over a decade, you should never stop exploring and experiencing new things as a couple. That’s the best way for you to create new, good memories that you can look back to when you’re both old and over 60.