Saturday, February 15, 2020

7 Valentine's Day Gifts for Your Special Someone

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Valentine's day is just around the corner and if you are still scrambling around trying to think up ideas of what to get your significant other, we have you covered. If you are the someone in your relationship that for some reason can never seem to come up with sweet sentimental gift ideas, especially during Valentine's Day, then this is the list for you.

Give a Beautiful Homemade Dinner
Decorate your home with roses and balloons, but also take the time to specially craft a personalized cocktail just for them. Use ingredients that you would normally never use to surprise your loved one with your thoughtfulness. Using an ingredient like pineberry syrup to make a carefully crafted cocktail will blow your significant other away. Don't forget to cook their favorite dinner too.

Plan a Trip Together 
If you have the time and can fit a little weekend away in your budget, this is a great idea for Valentine's Day. Making your day special allows you to reconnect with your partner. All too often we get stuck in our ruts of going to work, coming home, cooking dinner, going to bed, and doing it all over again the next day. Take a breather and show your partner that spending time together is important to you.

Personalize a Gift 
Personalizing a gift like a photo album with pictures of your first year together as a couple can be done super easily with a website that does this with any item you could imagine. Choose anything from a phone case to a blanket and shower them with images of memorable times you spent together.

Take a Class Together
Choosing a cooking class, dance class, or even an art class could be another idea to try something new with your partner. Regardless of how long you have been together, there are even more experiences that you probably haven't tried yet. Taking the time to list out everything you have done together and making a "bucket list" of experiences that you haven't done yet with your partner is extremely thoughtful and will make a lasting impression.

Opt for Relaxing Activities
 Choose a retreat that has stress-relieving services like deep tissue massages, acupuncture, acupressure, and other services that promote overall wellness. These types of activities can ease tension and open up Valentine's Day to be a day of relaxation for both of you.

Get Outside Together
Valentine's day is about connecting with your partner, and ensuring that the time you spend together is all about the both of you. If both you and your significant other are more outdoorsy, try getting outside. Drive up to the mountains and take a camping trip together. This gives you the time alone to be able to work together on hiking to your camping spot, setting up, and recharging without the constant distractions from our phones that keep us disconnected in our closest relationships. During the day, find a waterfall you can both be proud you found after a long hike. At night, look up at the stars together. This is surely a great idea for couples that enjoy outdoor activities together.

Splurge on Something Shiny
Another great idea is to take note of some of the things your partner wears on a daily basis. This could be a watch, necklace, earrings, or a ring. Whatever your loved one reaches for every morning as they are getting ready is a good indication of a piece of jewelry you could get for them. Don't forget to wrap it up! The presentation shows the thought you put behind your gift and that you didn't just pick any old piece of jewelry.

Regardless of what you decide to get for your partner, this is the time to remember how much you care for and appreciate each other. Everyone is different which makes the decision of what you should get for your partner on Valentine's Day that much more personal to you and your lives together. Valentine's Day is about taking notice of every aspect of your partner's life and understanding that they have wants and needs just like you.

Make this day special in your own unique way and, most of all, enjoy the moments you get to spend together.

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