A few years after we got married, I really didn't have any clue what to ask for for Christmas. So, instead of giving my wonderful husband any direction, I just said "figure it out." Bad mistake on my part!
This Christmas gift idea is guaranteed to win you warm (and maybe even wild) hugs and kisses on Christmas morning! Cut different sizes of hearts out of pretty pink paper. On each heart, write one reason why you love him/her. Go wild and do as many hearts as you can. Be as daring and/or as loving as you wish. Spritz each heart with your favourite Sexual Perfume or Cologne. Wrap it in a gold box with a big bow. Watch him/her melt as he/she opens your gift Christmas morning.
It's that time of year again that most of us look forward to ... cautiously! Though it’s supposed to be a Holiday Season which infers excitement and good times, it’s also a period that is fraught with stress and tension on so many different levels. Most people want the next several weeks to offer a sense of joy, yet don’t quite know how to achieve it.
By Kimberly James, MatchMaster, FindYourPlusOne.com With the holidays here, it is easy to get swept away in the spirit of gift giving. But when it comes to a new relationship or someone you are casually dating, it can be unclear to gift or not to gift. There are no real rules or guidelines to follow but there are ways to ease the confusion.
Diwali is an unusual religious celebration in that it is a festival for Sikhs, Hindus, Jains and some Buddhists. Each of these religions has their own particular take on the festival. This holiday is characterized as the festival of lights. The light is to welcome and guide the richness and wealth into their lives for the new time that will come. The light is also part of closing out old books, including t
What type of dad do you have? A sports junkie? A whiskey lover? No matter what your father is into, we've got the perfect gift for him for Father's Day.
Feeling inundated with info about the "most romantic day of the year" and wishing it were Feb. 15 already? Try being an editor for a website about love and relationships! Everybody in the world has something Valentine's Day-related to offer right now, and frankly, I've become more than a bit skeptical about all the hooplah.
Last year, after celebrating 15 years of me griping about the price of flowers and returning jewelry I didn't like, my husband finally got the hint and got me ... nothing. Unlike most of my friends, I really didn't mind. Plus, compared to some of the whoppers on this list, nothing seems like the best gift ever.
You've read all the articles, watched all the videos, heard all the love songs and listened to all the webinars. You've racked your brain or searched on google for your favorite love quote from Shakespeare and you're still stuck on what to give to Mr Wonderful or even Mr Potentially Wonderful for Valentine's Day.
Let's face it, guys. You never want to end up in your girlfriend or wife's proverbial doghouse, but Valentine's Day might be the worst possible night to spend sleeping on the couch. One way to ensure you stay in your lady's good graces is to make sure you buy her a great gift.
We at KnickerMail headquarters wanted to know which gifts freshen up (or spice up) a long distance relationship best. So we asked from friends, posted on forums and talked to people that are or had been in long-distance relationships in our quest for perfect overseas romance gifts. And here's what we found:
There are a million approaches to Valentine's Day out there. Some people do gifts, others don't — still others sneer at the whole spectacle and insist Valentine's Day was invented by Hallmark. Whatever your thoughts on the subject, admit it: You love getting gifts.
When you're meeting your significant other's family for the first time during the holidays, the pressure can be on to bring something memorable — in a good way.
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