As the city is covered all in snow the most romantic day is almost here. I was lucky enough to escape New York just on time to avoid another heavy snow blizzard. Some people tend to dislike “this holiday” because they say that Valentine’s Day is about spending a lot of money and blah blah blah, but if it’s supposed to be a special day then let’s make one right?
For example, I’m more than happy that I can spend some quality time with my hubby. It doesn’t matter what we do, or where we go. Some of choices could either be going out for a candlelit dinner to watch a movie, yeah, pretty cliché, (I wouldn’t reject any vegan hazelnut chocolates, which by the way, he knows those are my favorite)… but you know why? It’s because this day is all about enjoying each other’s company and most important with the man who stands by your side. Besides every day should feel like this.
This time I might try something different. It’s always a good idea to renovate the options instead of doing the same plan each year, because that will drag us to monotony, and that’s not the point here. This is the moment where couples should come up with some fresh, fun and creative plans. This Valentines Day, I am so happy to travel the whole weekend with my man; I think that always helps to take a breath of work, stress and the city. Changing scenery is mostly therapeutic and refreshing.
My best recommendation is keep it simple, little things work best. Stay away from the routine and do something fun instead. Maybe go to a spa together, or attend to a yoga class together, just something out the norm that will make it interesting. Make yourself looking extra pretty. Put some extra layer of red to initiate romantic escapes. Other than that, there are so many things to do in New York, so keep that in mind and take my advice.
Good Luck! and Happy Valentine’s Day
P.S. As always I would like to hear from you how you will be spending your Valentine’s day. Do you have any special plans? What would make it ideal for you? Share your comments and suggestions with the rat of us.