Instead of giving traditional gifts like candies and sweets, get creative and put together a healthier treat. If you have the time, try making your own chocolates using dark chocolate, and heart-shaped chocolate molds.
Try with chocolate-dipped strawberries and other fruits, chocolate-covered almonds and other nuts, and chocolate-covered raisins. For a healthier Valentine’s Day meal, treat your loved one to a home-cooked meal derived from fresh, natural ingredients.
But whatever you choose to do remember that valentine’s day is not about gifts it’s about love, understanding, and spending some quality time together.
I think it’s wonderful to have one day a year set aside to celebrate love, and to do something special for the people and with the people we love the most, but I think that what matters most is what you do for someone you care about every single day.
There is a million ways to say “I love you” every day” like “Your arms are getting toned” “Let’s go to the gym together” “Here’s a box of Lindt dark chocolates for you” “Watch your step” “Get some rest” “Let’s grab a shake and take a walk at the park together”… you just have to listen. 🙂
Some of the most romantic Valentine’s dates can be a walk along the beach or going to the sauna, or hot springs, taking a short trip, or booking a massage… Whatever you do it will be all your heart.
Remember, couples that exercise together not only have stronger bonds but also stronger bodies. 🙂
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