Planning a Valentine's Day Date

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue

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Valentine's Day is almost here, and you might be wondering what the perfect way to share this day with your loved one will be. The typical dinner and a movie might not be cutting it this year, and instead of doing something redundant, you may be wondering how to bring more adventure and excitement to the night. If this is something that you are struggling with, there are a few ways to set the tone for your special night.

1. Plan a scavenger hunt.

Why not bring a little adventure to the night? Hide a few of the Valentine's Day gifts that you got for your loved one in different areas and have him or her go on a scavenger hunt to find them.

2. Take a walk to reminisce.

Find some of the places that you two have shared special memories and take a walk to remember these times. This might help create a closer relationship between the two of you as you reflect on the memories that you have had together.

3. Paint a mural together.

Why not get creative? Not everyone has to wear dresses and suits on Valentine's Day. Put on some old clothing and have fun painting a mural that the two of you can put up in a special place. Then, you will be able to remember the day all year long.

4. Write a story about your relationship together.

Sit down and take turns writing each line of a story together. You will both be able to put your thoughts and feelings into it, and the final product may be worth a good read.

Valentine's Day doesn't have to be complex. It just takes some creativity. So, instead of doing the old dinner and a movie scenario, think about enjoying the holiday with your loved one a different way. Maybe, it will bring the two of you closer.

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