Since this year’s Valentine’s Day is on a weekday, an elaborate vacation or night-out might not fit in your schedule. Nevertheless, you can still have a special celebration with your beloved right in the comfort of your home. Here are some ideas you could try:
If it’s too cold to actually go outside, throw down a blanket and have a romantic picnic in your bedroom. Make finger sandwiches and yummy dessert, then pack them up in a basket. If you want a dose of nature, flip on NatGeo and listen to birds chirping. It’s all the fun of an actual picnic, minus the bugs crawling in your food. Source: Seventeen
Board games with a twist
Pick up a couple of board games and some booze, and you’re good to go. If Scrabble bores you, then feel free to raise the stakes by throwing in a more risqué element. Source: EliteDaily
Netflix and chill
There might not be anything more true than a good movie night for varying reasons. Might as well get your #netflixandchill on with the one you love most. Pick a movie you’ve both been wanting to see or even one that has mutual significance in your relationship. It could be the movie you saw on your first date, maybe even the one you saw before he told you he loved you. Source: TheSpruce
Wine or liquor tasting night
Pick a poison of choice and set up a mini-tasting night at home. Whisky, tequila, wines, vodka, they all work. You’ll need a variety of them, plus glasses, room temperature spring water and unsalted crackers. If you’re very adventurous, try pairing them with appropriate canapés.
Find the tasting notes for your particular brands and work your way through your varietals together getting all philosophical about the top notes and your palates. Source: AskMen
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