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Valentine’s Day may be over, but here is a great idea for a Valentine’s Day Gift Guide. Definitely something you can utilize year round for those you love.
Valentine’s Day is a great day to show your significant that you care. Gift giving isn’t always easy though so let us help you with this Valentine’s Day gift guide. Consider the “Love Language” of the person you trying to find a gift for. If you have never heard of the five love languages they are: words of affirmation, quality time, receiving gifts, acts of service and physical touch. Our Valentine’s Day gift guide can help you speak the language of love on Valentine’s Day.
Words of Affirmation – Write a love note for your loved one. If they are a person that loves to hear how much they are loved a love note is the perfect gift. Make sure you pen the note by hand using your absolute best hand writing also use the nicest stationary you can find. As for the content it has to be 100 percent sincere. Recount how you met or what qualities struck you when you first fell in love. Express appreciation for things they do every day that might seem to them to go unnoticed.
Quality Time – If your Valentine is a fan of quality time plan an all-day date where every minute is dedicated to enjoying each other’s company. Try an activity that the two of you haven’t done together before but have always wanted to. Go ice skating, window shopping, take a cooking/painting/pottery class together. Avoid things like movies, shows, or concerts because you won’t be focusing on each other or enjoying each other’s company.
Receiving Gifts – A Cheap teddy bear or sub-par chocolates that you grabbed from Walgreens on your way home aren’t going to cut it if your lover experiences love through gifts. Be attentive and creative. If your significant other loves working in the garage get him (or her) a garage makeover. A new work bench and some epoxy flooring can create a whole new look and make the space even more enjoyable for your loved one to spend time in.
Acts of Service – Lighten your valentine’s load by doing their chores that day. If the home you share or their apartment or home is a mess surprise them by cleaning the whole thing up. They will be thrilled to come home after a long day to find out their very own cupid has taken care of everything. Or if you know that there is a certain chore or task that they have been avoiding get that taken care of.
Physical Touch – If physical touch is what the love of your life craves most be sure that you are prepared to give the massage of a life time. You could even put together a gift basket with massage oil and other massage tools like a back roller or scalp massager. Take some time to look up massage tips online so that you can kick your Valentine’s Day massage up a notch.
Making your Valentine feel special doesn’t take much effort but it does take some effort. Give it your best shot and use this Valentine’s Day gift guide to help you along. What are your Valentine’s Day traditions? What’s the best gift you’ve ever given or received on Valentine’s Day? Share your gift ideas and spread the love!