A massage is a great plan on Valentine’s Day, and there are lots of options here. For one thing, you can book a massage for your Valentine so he or she can get properly pampered. You can also book a couples massage, so the two of you can enjoy some luxurious quality time together. Thirdly, you can learn a few massage techniques yourself and surprise your love with a nice, relaxing massage at home.
2. Hotel Getaway
Getting away for a while is always romantic. Whisking your Valentine away to a hotel or to a charming bed and breakfast is always a winner. It’s simple but elegant, and sometimes all you need is a little time alone to spend together. Of course, you’ll want to plan ahead of time so you can make the proper reservations!
3. Write a Poem or a Song
This option is a killer – and it’s free! Get your feelings into words. If you’re musically inclined, you can compose a song for your Valentine. But be musically inclined; I once tried to write and compose a Mother’s Day song while pounding on the keyboard I didn’t know how to play. Bad idea. If you don’t play music, no problem. Try a poem instead. It won’t really matter if it’s Shakespeare quality poetry, it will still mean a lot to the one you love.
Again, you don’t have to spend a ton of money to have a great Valentine’s Day. Planning a wonderful meal for your lover is an excellent way to spend the day. Cook his or her favorite foods, buy some wine or champagne, light some candles – it will go over really well.
I still have no clue what I’m going to do for Valentine’s Day this year. Hopefully I can pluck some ideas from here. What are y’all going to be doing?