Valentine's day is coming up and Covid is no excuse for letting it pass by. Guys that would be trouble. You can still do the normal Hallmark card, flowers, and or dinner reservation, but the dinner reservation may not be the same with Covid restrictions especially since you can't even have a glass of wine.
So here are three things to keep in mind when considering what to do for that special woman.
The first thing to keep in mind is to remember the message you're sending this Valentine's day.
It's not about checking off a list with a card, or a flower. It's what these things represent.
Your woman wants to know that you think, … still think … she's beautiful, sexy and special and that she's the only one for you. So when you think of what you're getting for her, let your choice be guided by how it will make her feel, and remember ...
The second thing to keep in mind is that giving your time is the most important aspect of anything you do for your woman, whether it be a birthday, anniversary, or Valentine's.
The more time you took, the more it shows you care, ergo the more she will appreciate it.
The third thing to keep in mind is that together-time, the time you spend with her is most important.
After all, you're in a relationship with this woman and you're trying to communicate that you chose her from among the scores of women you could have been with. Carving out time to be with your Valentine communicates that message more than anything else.
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