Valentine's Day is just around the corner. The stress that comes along with getting ready for Valentine's Day can put unnecessary strain on relationships. Skip the fancy dinner reservations and celebrate your sweetheart at home this year with these romantic stress-free ideas.
Set the mood with candles, fresh flowers, balloons, rose petals, candy hearts etc. Dim the lights and put on your favorite romantic playlist for an intimate ambiance.
Skip the crowded over-priced restaurant this year and cook up a delicious dinner in your very own kitchen. If you’re looking for a WOW worthy recipe that can be prepared in under 30 minutes check out this scampi steak and scallops with roasted asparagus recipe from Savoring Today
Nothing is more fun than sharing a desert with your hunny. Check out this richly flavored chocolate fondue from Fox and Briar
Cuddle up in fresh sheets this Valentine’s Day. The Vilano Springs Extra Deep Pocket 6-piece Set is ultra-comfortable, super soft, and extra cozy. The 21-inch extra deep pocket sheets prevent annoying slipping off the bed. Lay fresh rose petals for a romantic upgrade.
Relax in bed and watch a movie or better yet, binge watch a new series together. Pick a movie or series you’ve both been waiting to see or a favorite that you both share.
Wake up the next day and start the day off by sharing a delicious breakfast in bed. If you’re short on time and headed to work prep some fresh fruits and yogurt for a fast and easy option.
There you have it! 6 easy and romantic ways to celebrate your loved one without even leaving the house. Remember Valentine’s Day is a time to share affection and make memories so leave the stress behind a plan a low key romantic evening you’ll both remember for years to come.
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Most dorm rooms come with a bed, a desk and chair, a bookcase; a dresser and either a closet or wardrobe. Space is tight and storage is definitely an issue, so you need to maximize every inch.
Plus, you usually can’t use nails on the walls or the walls might be concrete block making it hard to hang anything. Here’s how you can tackle the challenge and create an amazing dorm room on a budget.
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