Sunday, February 12, 2012
Posted by Rhea Mocorro
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. There is no denying that this is one of the most anticipated day of the year. Oftentimes, individuals most especially couples are planning for such months ahead like me and my boyfriend. We tend to plan out the things to do during that day, where to eat, what to do and what not.
For years celebrating this day there are some things and lessons we both learned along the way. And this is something I would want to share with you especially if you are freaking out on the things to do since in two days time it is already Valentines.
Tip 1: Make early reservations. Couples and families alike tend to flock in dining establishments to celebrate Valentines Day. I remember last year, we were planning to dine out for dinner yet we ended up eating at our house since restaurants and the like are full of diners and there are quite a long line of waiting couples. And with our hunger we so cannot wait for such. Hence, if you have time, it would be best that you call a restaurant of your choice and ask for a possible reservation.
Tip 2: Dine early. If in worst case scenario you cannot make a reservation because of some constraints, then it would be best that you dine out early with your date. Oftentimes, it is also suggested that you have your date on times that are quite uncommon in order to avoid the vast number of people who would also dine. At least with this, you can eat out in a restaurant of your choice without having to worry on the seats and waiting for so long.
Tip 3: Little surprises. Make Valentines Day special and unusual. You can drop in little surprises to your special someone making this all the more memorable. I remember last year when my boyfriend asked the florist to deliver the roses to my class. I was still lecturing in front and suddenly a bouquet was given. That was totally unexpected and sweet at the same time.
Make Valentine's Day special and memorable for the both of you. Try to do something new. Make an effort in pleasing your date and most especially your boyfriend and girlfriend. Make this day not your usual date day. Enjoy this season of love!