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Love Ideas

There are lot of ways to show someone you love them. Instead of buying chocolates or roses for Valentines Day or other special occasions, why not consider some more personal gifts?

Consider things your partner loves and use that as a starting point for gifts or the theme for a gift. As you get creative, you may want to jot down other ideas for a future gift, too.

Try using some of my ideas as a springboard to the most romantic gesture your partner has ever seen:

©       write a list of things about your partner that you love. You can vary this idea to a list of 'your ten best features', 'the top 10 reasons I'm glad you're in my life', 'our top ten times together', 'the ten reasons I prefer you to chocolate' or 'ten reasons I'm proud of you'.

©       Write a love letter, and maybe make it look special, too

©       Create a love certificate. Some ideas are 'world's best kisser', 'my favourite smile', 'world's greatest wife', 'Melbourne's sexiest husband', 'the best friend ever' and 'Champion lover'

©       Leave some love (or lust) notes around the house or other places your partner will come across them unexpectedly

©       Give some home made gift vouchers for things such as a massage, romantic dinner, reading a book together or watching a sunset

©       Make a scrapbook or collage of photos and tokens of your relationship

©       Turn everyday food into hearts and drizzle with chocolate for a romantic surprise. Think of interesting ways to serve them too…

©       Make your house/bedroom a romantic spot with candles, rose petals, music, wine and massage oil. Consider leading to your room with a trail of petals or some red ribbon to surprise your partner after work

©       get a copy of your partner's favourite book or movie and enjoy it together with a favourite drink and snack. Make sure you know the story so you can discuss characters and details afterwards

Tash Hughes is a wife and Mum of two in Melbourne. She is also a writer and owner of Word Constructions. Tash is available to write articles and profiles for any business, as well as doing other business documentation projects. You can see her site and services at www.wordconstructions.com




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