Don’t be bored this Valentine’s Day. Spend your February 14th having fun with your couple, your besties or even if you plan on having a solo day.
Instead of buying crappy candy from the drugstore, buy the ingredients and spend the evening making DIY truffles and chocolate covered strawberries.
Not at the club, we mean real dancing. You can take a class, hit a salsa club, or go see live music that makes you want to groove.
Instead of sticking to just one spot, hop from place-to-place and order different kinds of wine and tapas along the way. It’s waaay more interesting than a boring ol’ sit-down dinner.
You can make up your own or with your friends, complete with creative challenges, photo missions, and sexy prizes.
Before things heat up at home, pretend you’re in an episode of Gossip Girl and spend the night at a burlesque show. It’s all about the art of the tease.
Spend the night escaping reality with a themed show at a local comedy club.
Most big cities have bike rental websites online—including tandem bikes—that have affordable hourly rates. Yes, while a bike ride for two might seem difficult/cheesy, if both of you are first-timers it could be a genuine and funny bonding moment to look back on.
Whether it’s a new restaurant that’s too far away for the typical lazy weekend or an up-state venture to a state park or museum, take a Valentine’s Day excursion somewhere that will get you both exploring the unfamiliar.
When cooking isn’t your strong suit (and restaurant reservations are booked to the max), sign up for a last-minute cooking class where you can learn to make each other’s favorite meals. Things always tend to heat up in the kitchen.
The only way to prove you two are meant to be together forever? See if it’s written in the stars. Visit a psychic to have both of your tarot cards read.