Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, which means this is the time of the year when men and women everywhere stress out over what to buy. Except for maybe the guys, we won’t freak out about it on February 13 when we realize tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, and we haven’t done anything yet to prepare for the occasion.
There is no reason to freak out, ladies. Men are easily pleased, especially on Valentine’s Day. I asked a lot of my fellows about what they want and their responses were fairly predictable. If you’re looking to do something nice for your man this Valentine’s Day, here is a little insight from the other side.
GIVE HIM QUALITY TIME
The guy is on the edge of going over the top on the first Valentine’s Day of a relationship. He needs a good quality of time.
My friend Harltin says Valentine’s day would be a quiet night to spend with his wife eating their favorite food and do something they like. It’s likely your guy will feel even more loved if you can put down your phone (yes that means facebook, Instagram too) and show him that there is no place you would be than with him.
JUICY LOVE NOTES
We may deny it but man does really love to read a well thought out love note. The day-to-day words of affection between a couple can become run-of-the-mill.
Things like quality time and words of affection are important but that doesn’t mean there are not other things man appreciates. You can offer him this luxury hydrating waist belt pack bag.
There is another thing my friend Harltin heard more than once: ” A massage”. Man loves this kind of physical touch. Try learning some massage techniques online.
If you are more inclined to giving a material gift, a man’s preferences aren’t uncommon among other men. Give him something practical and he can use very often.
Like most guys out there, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to show our affection for the one we care about the most. And I think I speak for all men when I say, we sure hope we don’t screw it up but if we do, there’s always next year.
Author: This content is written by Rhoxann Witz.