The season of love is here again. It’s a few days to valentine. Love is in the air.


Dinner dates, vacations and holidays are typical of every February 14. This year will, however, be different due to the current COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world.

Regardless of your relationship status, Valentine’s Day is a celebration everyone looks forward to, but keeping safe is of paramount importance. However, you can still show yourself, your wife, girlfriend, boyfriend, or husband, some love this season, despite the restrictions on social gatherings.

How? From the comfort of your homes. Sounds boring? It’s actually the perfect excuse to spend less.


Going to the office? No. You have no excuse not to celebrate ‘boo’ or ‘bae’ since it’s on a Sunday.

Here are 10 ways to spice up the day:

  • Breakfast in bed

Everyone loves to be treated special. Starting the day with breakfast in bed can do the trick. Just put a tray together for your partner —a cup of coffee or tea and some slices of bread will do. It’s a simple way to say “I love you”.

  • Romantic dinner date at home

Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest days of the year for the hospitality industry, but with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing many eateries to shut their doors or limit their capacity, a romantic dinner at home doesn’t sound bad.

You don’t enjoy cooking? Nothing to worry about. You can still order some take-out from your favorite restaurant.

Light some candles, turn on some cool music, savour your meal and relish the moment together.

  • Cook together

Get some groceries, step into the kitchen with your partner and make some good food. This helps you spend some quality time together in a romantic way. Just be sure your partner enjoys cooking.

  • Enjoy a cozy night of movies together

Grab some popcorn, drinks or ice cream. Stream some romantic movies from Netflix and your own cinema is ready, while snuggling under a blanket.

  • Play some games

It’s always fun and surprising to learn new things about your partner. Play a board game, a game of cards or solve a puzzle – interact while doing so.

  • Exchange gifts

Not sure what to buy? You might have heard your partner talk about a piece of clothing, an accessory or an item they would love to own. Why not surprise them with that. Incase you don’t like stress, just employ the service of a surprise company to work the magic. Don’t forget to add a box of chocolates and some flowers for her.

  • Pop a bottle of champagne and clink your glasses

Being in love is a reason to celebrate. Pull out the nice glasses and pour one out for romance. Whether it’s a relationship of one month, two years or even 20 years, just celebrate the wonderful memories.

  • Get a massage together

You could go to a spa around you for a couple’s massage. If that’s not in your budget a cheaper alternative is to take a bath together or give each other a massage.

  • Dance! Dance! Dance!

When was the last time you danced with your partner? Slam some good music, burst your speakers, and sweat it out.

  • Romantic bedroom setting

A valentine-themed bedroom is a fun and romantic way to impress your lover. Set the tone of your bedroom to suit the mood of the celebration. When its time to retire to bed, a candle lit room and some decorations sets the tone for you to shower some love on your partner and create wonderful memories that will last forever.


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