1. Look through your old Facebook photos and post.
Valentine’s Day plans don’t have to be expensive. Keep things low-key and romantic by seating right in your couch and scrolling through your old Facebook photos and wall posts. Facebook conveniently groups all your interactions with a person under the “see friendship” button on their profile. Trust, we regret to make you go through the question and answer session that will follow when you have to visit those pictures and post you made earlier, when you first crushed on pals and some others crushed on you too.
2. Try a fitness class together
You + your boo + the gym = a match made in heaven. Studies have shown that couples report feeling more satisfied with their relationship and more in love with their partners after partaking in an exciting physical challenge. Plus, the physiological response you get from breaking a sweat ― a flushed face, a rapid pulse ― may put you in the frame of mind for a different kind of physical activity. What do you think, wink! wink!!.
3. Setup a joint vision board together
Just one month passed. What’s your new year’s resolution? I’m sure you have set vision and missions to help you achieve your goal. Bring your New Year’s resolutions to life by creating a joint vision board with photos and phrases that speak to the goals you hope to achieve this year’s target.
4. Try making dinner for each other (It could be like a competition to add more fun)
Giving makes us feel our best, more so, when it’s Cooking, because feeding fulfills a survival need, and so our feeling of fulfillment comes not only from the good of the act of giving, but also the fact that we have ‘helped’ in some very primal way. Competition makes us put in our best, so when it’s about who does it better a lot of attention is channeled to it. At the point of judgement, we feel great fun wanting to be the best. This coming together to-do-for and then emerge a winner will leave your relationship refreshed.
5. Act your first date experience
Be extremely real when acting your first date. Right down to that awkward half hug you shared at the end of the night. The more details you get right in recapturing it, the better for the day. Ladies and gentle men, let’s act ― it’s Valentine’s Day, the cheesiest day of them all.
6. Reread your vow to each other
How much of the vows you shared with each other can you possibly remember? Revisit the vows you made to each other at your wedding. If you’re not married, think back on the promises you’ve made to each other through the years, or consider drafting some makeshift vows to revisit each year. If you’ve gotten slightly off-track in your relationship, reflecting on your promises could help you make correction. Make sure you add new vows or goals to your list, it will help keep things exciting.
7. Challenge yourselves to a daring game
When was the last time you challenged yourselves to a daring game, without the intention of having sex? Try stealing a kiss. Starting up a romantic session without the knowledge of your partner can only increase the fun you’ll experience. If orgasm happens, great — that’s the icing on the cake. But sex can also be as simple as a heavy daring session in the nude, some time together in the bath, or even a massage.”