10 Things To Do This Valentines Day

Things To Do This Valentine's Day
Valentine's day is nearly upon us and although we're pretty organised thisyear and we booked a table at ourfavouriterestaurant a couple of weeks back, usually I'm in the 'unorganised' group who panic buys a present and plans what to do last minute. If you're looking for things to do this Valentine's Day then I've got your back with this to-do list below!

  • Make sure you've got a card and present. If you do choose to celebrate Valentine's Day, then getorganised now and grab a card andpresent.
  • Watch a soppy film. If you can't watch a tear jerker now, when can you? I've already done aValentine's Day to-watch list, but the 14th is the perfect time to sit down with a cosy blanket, snacks and a film from Netflix.
  • Celebrate Galantine's Day. A day before the big day, we now have Galentine's Day, the perfect excuse to meet up with yourfriends and head out for a meal or have a night in with a film (Bridesmaids or Clueless are goodpicks!), a takeaway and games.
  • A cute gesture. There's somany ideas on Pinterest for cute ideas and Tom actually gave me a jar full of notes a couple of years back and up until this day, he stillregularly puts new notes inside. A small gesture that feels great!
  • Get dressed up. I've been incorporating more heartshaped or love themed items into my wardrobe throughout February, but on the 14th I like to make the effort and get all dressed up. I will be sporting a red lip and my favourite little black dress to go out to dinner in.
  • Have a date night in. Switch off your phone, order pizza in and bundle all the blankets on the sofa. Either start a new series on Netflix or play a game, so you can have a bit of one on one time.
  • Think of a gift idea. I've mentioned a card and gift earlier in the post, but if you're stuck for ideasthen I've got you! Krispy Kreme doughnuts, an item ofjewellery or sexyunderwear always goes down well.
  • Bake or cook your partners favourite food. Does your boyfriend adore a Victoria sponge or does your girlfriend love aspaghettibolognese? Then it's a great idea ifyou want to make a smallgesture that your partner will appreciate.
  • Make a heart shaped breakfast. There's lots ofoptions in the shops at themoment, but make yourself and yourloved one a heart shaped crumpet, pancakes or toast.
  • Start a new Netflix series. We'vementioned films, but if you are having a date night on the sofa then there's lots of Netflix series to delve into. Sex Education is my top pick for the 14th as it's funny, light hearted and superentertaining.

What are you doing this Valentine's Day?