For many individuals in relationships Valentine’s Day is the be all and end all of romantic declarations. For me it’s just another day, nothing stops. I still go to work, cook dinner, entertain my daughter and walk the dogs. I’ve been taking Wyld for a few months now and I must say I’m doing pretty well. I’m certainly looking forward to Valentine’s Day. But I hear more often than not about the exhaustion and lack of time in the space of an average day.
Spending time with your partner should be something we look forward to, on any day of the week, month or year and this time with your partner shouldn’t always be on the couch in front of the TV. Sadly there’s quite a few of you out there.
Valentine’s Day is on our doorstep. Have you got anything planned? There are those that buy flowers, gifts and go out for a romantic dinner; then there are those who just send flowers and spend that little bit of extra time with each other; and then there are those who can’t bear the thought of another calendar event that costs them money.
You don’t have to spend money or buy flowers to make Valentine’s Day special. Try dinner at home by candlelight, a deliciously naughty dessert, go out and catch a movie or stay in and go to bed early! It doesn’t have to be huge – just make your partner feel special however that may be.
So all that being said – have you got plans now? Have you got the love for Valentine’s Day?