50 Ways To Be Romantic On A Budget – Part Two
So we published part one of this post on Tuesday and received lots of great feedback.
To keep the spark of your relationship alive, it’s important to try and find ways to show you appreciate each other, every week and every day, if possible. And that doesn’t have to be expensive gifts or wild nights out. Look for little, inexpensive ways to be romantic, and it will pay off for your relationship in innumerable ways.
OK, enough talk. Let’s look at some ways to be romantic without breaking your budget
Slow dance to romantic music.
Take a nap together.
Kiss slowly, touching his or her back and neck and nape — slowly.
Make a list of everything you love about him or her.
Write a love letter.
Clip or email things that make you think of him or her, every day.
Go to a movie, ignore the movie, and make out like teen-agers.
Groom yourself, and try to look good for your partner.
Take some quiet time and talk about your day.
Write little notes, one for each way he or she drives you crazy.
Feed each other grapes.
Recreate your partner’s favourite romantic movie scene.
Pretend you’re going on a first date — show up at the door with flowers, all dressed up, with your car washed and cleaned, looking spiffy. Recreate the first time.
Create a little box with a bunch of your partner’s favourite things inside.
Paint each other with flavoured body paint. Be creative!
Try some sexy role-playing. Get dressed up, be daring, have fun.
Give a little token to your partner to wear, and say it’s to remind him or her all day that you love them.
Sing a favourite song to him or her. Only do this if you can sing fairly well.
Cook a nice dinner and enjoy outside (weather permitting of course) Hold hands, and walk somewhere with lots of pretty lights.
Say I love you. In a different way, every day.
Blindfold your partner. Use a feather. Slowly.
Declare your love, very publicly.
Fruit or berries and freshly made whipped cream.
Do what comes naturally. Slowly.
So that’s it, our 50 ways to be romantic on a budget. Do you have any more tips to share? Tweet us at UrbanSocialCom