Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and it’s no surprise to see lovers buying the ideal gift or planning a romantic getaway to celebrate the universal holiday with their partners.
While finding the perfect gift for your partner seems like an easy task, especially if you know them by heart, others can attest that it’s also nerve-wracking. There are just too many things to think about before deciding on a gift.
The most common question that people ask when looking for the ideal gift for their partner is, “Will they like it?” Sometimes, they also consider if the gift is practical or heartfelt so the recipient can truly enjoy it.
If you’re still wondering what to get your partner this Valentine’s Day, here are some suggestions to try out:
Create a playlist with their favorite songs
Music, like love, is a universal language that transcends time and space. Almost everyone appreciates music and finds a connection in its lyrics or melody. If you’re at a loss for words to fully express how you feel towards your significant other, say it with music.
You can either go on Spotify to create a personalized playlist with all their favorite songs or with those that exactly say what you feel. But if you’re musically inclined, try composing and recording an original piece, which could be a song exclusive to both of you, making the gift more special.
Treat them to a quiet day
With stress becoming a constant occurrence in today’s society, most of us just want to spend a quiet day in bed to unwind. As loving partners, we can take this time to pamper our significant others in different ways. For instance, we can book a relaxing day at the nearest spa or take matters into our own hands and prepare the experience ourselves. Start by buying essential oils to make them feel more relaxed before moving on to skincare, bath items, and more.
Or, if your partner just feels like staying in bed all day, prepare their favorite snacks, and load their favorite shows before joining them. You can also add in a comfy bathrobe, slippers, blanket, or pillows so they can make the most out of the day.
Although gifts show how much we love our partners, we should also treat them with the same level of affection daily, so they won’t forget what they mean to us. And remember, love comes in different forms; it’s up to us to fully express what we feel towards our special someone.
Spoil them with their hobbies
Each of us has a hobby that we enjoy spending time doing. And even though we don’t mind doing them alone, we feel giddy every time our partners join us, show an interest, or even encourage us to do what we love. This Valentine’s Day, gift them with some items on their hobby wishlist; it can be a new book, credits for a game, art materials, and more.
Another thing to try is classes or workshops based on your partner’s chosen hobby. You can both learn a thing or two while enjoying each other’s company. Who knows, maybe you’ll end up enjoying it as much as they do.