Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you’re probably wondering how you can make this year’s Valentine’s Day more special than the last one. Well, you’ve come to the right place, my friend. The following suggestions can vary in preparation and money spent.
Write Her a Valentine’s Letter
This doesn’t have to be a poem, nor does it have to be long. Just make it sincere and peppered with compliments. Talk about a recent favorite memory with your wife. Write about specific characteristics you adore. Talk about (brace yourself) your feelings. If you have young children they can also join in this fun writing activity. It will be a keepsake for years to come.
Give Her a Present (Something a Little Bit More than a Spontaneous Purchase)
Any average guy can buy chocolates and flowers on Valentine’s Day for their wife but you, my friend, are not average. Put in some effort to give your wife something that she’ll really admire. A handmade gift is the best option but you can also surprise her with something she isn’t expecting or something that she has been talking about.
The best gift you can give your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day is the gift of your time. Quality time can take on many forms which might include: going on a romantic dinner at a restaurant, going on a walk with her, taking care of the children so she can go to the gym for an hour, or simply doing dishes with her. Whatever it may be, make sure it’s tailored to her wants so that you can make her feel like the luckiest woman alive.
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You plan it. You buy the food. You cook it. All that arranging tells her you love her more than anything else. Also, she won’t have to worry about cooking that night! Total win-win. If she wants to go out for dinner you can make a homemade dessert. Whichever you choose, she’ll feel the romantic vibes you are sending her way.