Sunday, January 30, 2011

Great ways to enjoy Valentine's day

The times of the day

There is a formula accepted for how to enjoy Valentine's day. For men is a combination of flowers, candy and dinner. For women, it seems to be a day of waiting flowers, candies and dinner. For men and women, both these expectations can be daunting and seems trivial and insincere. When you love your partner you should be able to express your admiration on any day, any way you like it, unfortunately, Hallmark has designated February 14, the final cut-off date to determine your interest in a partner.

Is there another way to enjoy Valentine's day?

The Internet has changed the parameters of the modern relationship. Use of us would meet in obfuscated bars Saturday evening or at the Church on Sunday morning, but now the convenience and predictability of the dating sites have meant less time searching and more time to love – or at least dating. For the modern relationship I have three tips on how to meet the expectations and originality to inspire this Valentine's day.

1. hit the streets: February is a month of cold, but no matter the weather report of partnership is not a success without communication and nothing promotes chatting like locomotion. Take your partner to a romantic stroll by the River, or through a popular neighborhood of choice. Take your time to notice other partners with other companies and others maybe not enjoy each other. Walking is a healthy option and free entertainment that show your partner you want only one thing: li.

2. breakfast/lunch: dinner is out. Grab the final meal of the day is a formality for many couples who eat together several times a week, which means any attempt to eat out is qualified for questions of "where?" and "How much?" Monetize your affection, or the exclusivity of your feelings of partnership with the exclusivity of a path, you're building expectations and possibly a huge disappointment. Breakfast and lunch can be more enticing to a partner engaged in the work place. If ever there was a collaborator of day would leave your partner to abscond during lunch, when their significant other show on Valentine's day. You end up saving your beloved by a brown-bag lunch in a very public. And who doesn't like to show the world how much they are appreciated by their partner?

3. Note this: write it and make it simple. The poem is useless, but you should try to explain clearly what it is, who appreciate in your partner. There are songs on the hair and eyes, but can you explain what it feels like to pull your partner to give you a hug, or shoot a glance sexy. Those moments should be recognised and shared. Give validation to your shared moments of affection. Just write a note, not an email, not a haiku, a simple thought note of your affection. Is the type of personal keepsake that your partner will keep forever.

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