Love is in the air and everyone is breathing it in. Most of us have already put a lot together for our partners, we’ve gone all out to fulfill the wishes they’ve said in passing and get them gifts they would scream in excitement over.
If you are still contemplating the kind of day you want Valentine to be for you and your partner, you’re in the right place. We at April Laugh have curated a list of activities you can do with your partner on Valentine’s Day.
We believe in the importance of love to everyone and so we created this list to meld romance, fitness and all things love. Alright, here we go:
- Make a healthy meal together
This is a beautiful way to start the day and a great way to try new recipes with ingredients you both love. There’s nothing as stimulating as good healthy food and doing it as a couple makes it even better.
If you want to surprise your partner, you can even get up early, make the meal and serve them breakfast in bed. You’re sure to score points with that. You can find new healthy recipes in my upcoming book that I can’t wait to share with you.
- Have a fun workout together
This is a superb idea that I even shared in the previous post. You don’t need to set any serious goals for the workout but something fun to get your body active is a great bonding exercise.
You can do a dance workout to your favourite songs and you can exchange routines you swear by.
- Go on a romantic date
This is a sure-fire way to have a memorable Valentine’s day but to execute a perfect date you have to be in sync with your partner. Don’t just book a table at a random restaurant and hope for the best, put in the work.
You can take them on a small trip to another town if they’re adventurous, you can build a blanket forte and binge Netflix and your favourite snacks if your partner is a homebody. You can even create a scavenger hunt if they love the thrill of puzzles. There are many ways to dazzle your partner with a date, just listen to what they like.
- Have an alone hour
During this time, you and your partner should exchange gifts with each other and reminisce on the best times you’ve had as a couple. It’s a great way to show your partner how much they mean to you and improve the relationship. Vulnerability is scary but once you’re able to engage with it, you and your partner will come out deeply appreciative of each other and even more in love.
That’s all for now and I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine’s Day, looking fore’s to hearing your lovely stories.