Valentine’s Day is right here! It is one of the most special times of the year when we celebrate and cherish our love for others. This day of the calendar is booked to show how important your loved ones are in your life and how much you care about them. Each celebration becomes a little more meaningful with thoughtful gifts. Valentine’s Day is the best time to mend all the ups and downs of life. Make health the token of your love and choose some healthy presents for the people you love.
Coming to the basics of Valentine’s Day, the week preceding this day is celebrated as the Valentine’s Week and all of its days have a special significance. This week starts from Rose Day on February 7 and is followed by Propose Day (February 8), Chocolate Day (February 9), Teddy Day (February 10), Promise Day (February 11), Hug Day (February 12) and Kiss Day (February 13). At the end comes the most-awaited Valentine’s Day on February 14. Now let’s have a look at how you can make this Valentine’s Week special for the people you care about.
Rose Day on February 7 – A Rose for Survival
Roses are a beautiful way to express your feelings and celebrate love. But be a little different this time. Get your partner a bunch of roses and celebrate the success of your loving relationship.
Propose Day on February 8 – A Proposal for New Beginnings
Just celebrating and cherishing the relationship is not enough! Renew your relationship and relive the moments when you first met each other. Fill your partner’s heart with zeal and enthusiasm and get ready to embrace your life with each other and live it to the fullest.
Chocolate Day on February 9 – A Chocolate of Nutrition
Chocolates are something our tongues are fond of. They are rich in taste but lack nutritional value. What if you could get the great taste of chocolate along with nutrition? So this Chocolate Day, replace chocolates with some nutrition bars that boost in vitality and give the gift of nutrition to your loved ones. Packed with nutritional ingredients, they provide for tasty and healthy snacks.
Teddy Day on February 10 – A Bear to Fight Fear
What’s great than a teddy bear to bring a wide smile across your loved one’s face. Get a teddy bear and present it as a token to fight all the fears. Show your partner that you are always there with them no matter what. May it be the fear of ghosts, worries of workplace or public appearance, that cute little creature can poof them all.
Promise Day on February 11 – A Promise to Support
On Promise Day, people make promises for a loyal relationship and lasting bond. You also make a promise to your special one, a promise to stand by and support in all situations throughout the life. Acknowledge the weak spots in your relationship and make a promise to be the best version of yourself.
Hug Day on February 12 – A Hug of Health
It is said that ‘the greatest wealth is health’. And what could be a better gift than health. Gift exercise and fitness products to keep your partner fit and active throughout the day. You can also get them aromatherapy jewellery, essential oils, and massage products to relax and rejuvenate their body and soul.
Kiss Day on February 13 – A Kiss of passion
Kisses not only feels great but also shows your passion and dedication towards your loved one. According to a studies kiss can boost immunity, lower stress, cholesterol level and keep teeth healthy. Kiss is an evolutionary mechanism for social bonding and improve satisfaction level in your relationship.
Valentine’s Day on February 14 – A Day to Celebrate Love
Surprise your partner in the least expected ways. Make them feel the most confident or beautiful. Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to show your love and remind your partner how special they are to you. Surround them with as much love and emotional support as possible. Anything that makes your loved one elated will work!
Ayush Henry is a prolific copywriter. He is a professional soft skills trainer known for his boundless energy and enthusiasm. Ayush holds MBA in hospitality and a Master of Arts in English. He indulged himself in creative writing and has been crafting online and print educational materials since 2010.