Make Valentine’s Day Memorable

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow! And I imagine that you might still be re wondering what to buy for that special person in your life.

Valentine’s Day might even be leaving you feeling stressed out emotionally and even financially if you are considering buying those more expensive and desirable gifts like jewelry and electronics.

Gift gifting is about giving a gift that you will enjoy giving and the recipient will enjoy receiving it.

It’s not always an easy task to find that right gift. Especially without breaking the bank at Valentine’s Day when the pressure is on.

Here are 3 suggestions to help you on Valentine’s Day:

1.  Consumables – buy a nice bottle of wine, decadent chocolates, candy, cheese, bakery gifts, flowers, live plants, or a hand crafted candle. As a result, these items most likely will not be pushed to the back of a closet, forgotten or re-gifted. Most likely you can enjoy them together.

Here’s some proof that these are good items. In the past month, according to Google – flowers, chocolate and cakes dominated the search trends.

2.  Spend time doing something that both of you would enjoy.

Again, Google reveals movie dates topped the charts of things to do followed by romantic candlelight dinners, going out for drinks, staying at home, or spending time with the loved one over special Valentine’s Day recipes.

3.  Consequently, Gift Certificates are great. Although some people feel this is an impersonal gift, it lets a person choose something they like and want. Certificates can be purchased almost anywhere.  A day at the spa, dinner out, tickets to the theatre or even the cinema.

According to an article in Money Management International, gift certificates are gaining in popularity.

Keep it simple, stress-free and
Create a Valentine’s Day to
Remember for that Special Person in Your Life!

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