It's officially February, and if you're in a relationship (or even if you're not), you know what that means... Or, or, OR maybe you're just going to have a ~chill~ night at home, hanging out and watching movies.
Have reservations at the most expensive restaurant in town? Or maybe you couldn't take a vacation, so you're settling for a fun, little at-home activity.
Furthermore, the fact that you don't feel pressured to celebrate despite what society (and probably all of your friends and also your mom) tells you is "normal" shows you're strong and confident in your relationship and don't need their validation.
Whether you’ve sparked a new romance or you’ve been with your partner for many years, it’s so important to make sure you prioritize your relationship, make time for each other look for opportunities to fall deeper in love.
Every relationship is different, so it’s important that you get to know your partner and take time to explore what things can help you and your partner grow closer together.
In choosing a spa day, you're proving that you know the value of taking the time to really take care of yourselves and unwind.
You're the type of couple that's never going to go to bed angry because you know the importance of really truly feeling If you're feeling lame for not doing much on Valentine's Day, don't worry, you're not alone.
It would never work out.) the two of you are going to spend Valentine's Day out there DOING something — that's how you like to spend your whole life.
What's fun about you guys, in particular, is that you know how to make the best out of what you have.
This doesn't mean that your relationship is doomed. If you secretly sort of wish you were celebrating and are holding back just because your partner doesn't want to or vice versa, then you have a problem.
But if the two of you are on the same page about not wanting to celebrate the commercial holiday, all I have to say is GO YOU.
Maybe you're going to go all out and are a making a vacation out of the holiday.
Or, heck, maybe you hate Valentine's Day and just want to avoid the holiday altogether.
Our survey found that staying at home for a low-key night is a popular Valentine's Day option, especially for women (43 percent of women and 27 percent of men agreed this sounds like their ideal night).