Cheap but meaningful things to do on Valentine’s Day

So everyone struggles with Valentine’s Day, well pretty much everyone. It’s an overwhelmingly commercial holiday, and the best way to get away from the hype is to get the bigger message that Valentine’s is supposed to mean.

That is love for your partner. There are many ways you can show that you love your partner besides saying I love you. Here are some low cost tips and high meaning tips.

kiss different

Try a new kind of kiss, no, not the chocolate one. Try kissing differently. One in particular, the backwards kiss. Have your partner lie on his back with his head on your knees, you kneeling behind him, then lean in and kiss him upside down. Yeah, he feels totally different, and if they don’t know you’re going to do that, then they’ll really remember it. Do what you want with that kiss 🙂

write something

Write a poem or words from the heart. This is much better than words written on a card. Because you wrote them. You are allowed to read poetry of others for inspiration, most people usually need something to wake up their mind and get into the mindset to create a perfect piece of love in the form of words. Or make it on your own card.

kitchen for your partner

Do you know what your partner likes to eat the most? If not, find out. So learn how to cook it, do it from scratch and even if you don’t do it right, learning how to do something for your partner tells him how much you love him. Doing this is absolutely a perfect way to show off your good friend as well.

Personally, I think that almost anything that doesn’t cost money is the best gift for your partner. It took thinking, and money can buy anything but love. That is why it is important to express your love without money.

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