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Valentine's Day is one of the hardest holidays for me to shop for. We never budget much to spend on each other because it's not as big as an anniversary, birthday or Christmas so we don't have a lot to work with, but I always want to make sure my gifts are meaningful and not just something to say that I got Joe a gift. This is also one of those holidays when I feel like your gifts mean more if they're personal or strengthen your relationship in some way. If you're at a loss for what to get your significant other this year, I've got a few ideas to get you started and there is something there for every budget!
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Create a Love Languages gift basket and be creative with what you put inside.
Put together a Year of Dates Binder with dates planned out by you.
Write your spouse a love note or a poem or write them a song.
Start a new Valentine's tradition. You can find some ideas for fun traditions here:
Create a Love Languages gift basket and spend a little bit of money on it.
Make a romantic meal at home. You can find some ideas for your meal here:
Create a Love Languages gift basket and include a few purchased items your spouse will love.
Get a fun board game like Battle of the Sexes for your next group date night.
Create a Love Languages gift basket filled with things your spouse would appreciate.
Get them something they've wanted but haven't been able to justify spending the money on.
Surprise your spouse with a night away to somewhere romantic like The Anniversary Inn.
Go out for a romantic dinner to a restaurant that's a little more money than you usually spend.
Get a couples massage.
What other meaningful gifts would you add to the list?