Ideas For Valentines Day

Dated: 02/14/2019

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It's Valentine's Day! Do you have plans yet? Even if you don't have a special Valentine - don't let that stop you from planning a little fun! Here is a list of some fun ideas that you can do with your loved one, your kids, or your best friend.

  1. Set up a tent indoors. Pop some popcorn. Hang some twinkly lights inside the tent and pretend you are camping under the stars.

  2. Buy Valentine's Day pajamas. Get comfy and have a lounge fest.

  3. Surprise someone with affirmation sticky notes. Tell them how much they mean to you or what you appreciate about them.

  4. Draw a bath, and throw rose petals in the tub. Just because. I promise - it will make you feel fancy.

  5. Put up a Valentine's Day tree. This works especially well if you still have your Christmas tree up.

  6. Buy yourself flowers. They don't have to be roses. Anything will do to brighten up your house.

  7. Make candy jewelry and then eat it.

  8. Have a Valentine's Day Brunch and invite all your besties.

  9. Make cupcakes and eat them all.

  10. Make chocolate covered strawberries and put them on the cupcakes and then eat them.

  11. Watch old love story movies.

  12. Host a wine tasting.

  13. Make heart shaped pizzas.

  14. Dress up your dogs in cute valentine's day outfits.

  15. Order the pink drink at Starbucks.

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Alexander Monticello Esq.

Alexander is a New York State licensed real estate broker and New York State licensed attorney. A life long upstate New Yorker, Alexander has lived and worked in the Capital Region since 2005. He has ....

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