Valentine's Day is one holiday we can give ourselves permission to let loose and have fun with our mates. Whether we are dating or married to our Valentine, this holiday gives us a little nudge to show our partner how much we really love him. Here's how to spice it up a notch and really blow his mind.
VALENTINE'S DAY GIFT IDEAS
It's hard enough having a long distance relationship in the first place, and Valentine's Day will not be any easier. While you probably can't turn lemons wholly into lemonade you can still make a killer long distance Valentine's gift. We've talked to dozens of long distance couples and read a whole cupboardful of books and articles on this, so here are our best tips for guys. Feel together
Choosing a Valentine's Day gift for your main squeeze ain't easy, we know. The choices seem endless (flowers? chocolate? flowers and chocolate?) and the line between romantic and cheeseball is easily crossed. Check out our five senses gift guide for 30 sense-sational (sorry, couldn't resist!) Valentine's Day gift ideas for your boyfriend, girlfriend, wife or husband.
Memo to men: Valentine’s Day is on February 14. In years past, Yahoo.com has noticed a spike in men searching for an answer to the question: “When is Valentines Day?” as the day fast approaches. Of all the holidays on the yearly calendar, the one designated for romance never fails to trip guys up. Blame mixed messages: While retailers consider the holiday worthy of diamonds, many women take the stance that it's no big deal.
Valentine's Day is supposed to be all about showing your significant other how much you care, and in America we do that by spending lots of money on gifts. For every homemade card create or heart-shaped cookie baked, infinitely more men and women coughing up a different kind of dough on overpriced roses and greeting cards. According to a study by the National Retail Foundation, we are expected to spend a whopping $15.7 billion expressing our love on Valentine's Day.