:: Last-Minute Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day ::
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and there are probably many of you who have absolutely no idea how to celebrate the day with your love. Am I right?! Well, don’t panic!! You don’t just have to opt for the seemingly mandatory candlelit dinner! Instead, why not change it up a bit and do something different? Even if you are single, some of these ideas would be a total blast with a friend or two!
MRSter have comprised a list of our top five last-minute ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day (that won’t seem last minute)…
1 :: Plan to spend the entire day in bed. Valentine’s Day is on Sunday this year, so for many people this is a realistic option. Start the day by making a yummy breakfast to be served in bed (of course), and settle in for a day of cuddling and a movie marathon. Order a pizza to be delivered when you both get hungry! A truly lazy Sunday… Aren’t they the best?
2 :: Go site-seeing in your own hometown. Explore neighborhoods. Pick an unfamiliar road to travel and see where it takes you. Have lunch at a place you’ve never been before. Bring a camera with you and record your at home adventure.
3 :: While you’re thinking of adventure, head to the airport and grab a last minute flight to anywhere (wherever is the most outrageous, the cheapest, or the most inconsequential), and go on a whirlwind weekend trip.
4 :: Write a poem or a love letter. The written word can be something to cherish for a lifetime. Put your heart and soul into it. Just think of why you love your partner and write down your thoughts. The impact will be far greater than a drugstore card. Consider reading the poem or letter out loud to your partner, or if there is time, mail it through the USPS.
5 :: Create a SPA DAY at home. Think of ways to pamper your partner. Be prepared with essentials oils for a sensuous massage and a scented bubble bath. Do a manicure or a pedicure, or both! Have soft music on in the background and add low lights for ambiance.
Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies. ~ Aristotle
Have any other awesome suggestions? We’d love to hear them, so let us know in the comments below!