6 special ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day if you’re a quarantined couple

Updated on: 12 February 2022, 18:03 pm IST

If you're a quarantined couple in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, it doesn't mean you can't celebrate Valentine's Day in special ways.

Devina Kaur
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It's best to celebrate Valentine's Day at home amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

It’s 2022, and Covid-19 continues. In the midst of this pandemic, if you are a quarantined couple and have decided to celebrating your special moments virtually or at home only, you can make you Valentine’s Day special.

How to celebrate Valentine’s Day if you are a quarantined couple:

1. Have a picnic:

The first sexy brilliant tip I will highly recommend is that love should be your mother tongue. Now, the question arises how? Plan such games with your partner, take a pen and a piece of paper and write down all your lovely moments. Recall all the turning points of your relationship. This will help you to build up trust in your relationship.

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Get some ‘we’ time! Image courtesy: Shutterstock

2. Pamper your loved ones

Plan something special if you’re a quarantined couple. Small or big plans don’t matter. It should be sexy. Play soothing music and give your sweetheart a relaxing massage to help them forget about their worries. This is a cosy, private way to spend Valentine’s Day with your significant other. In no time, they’ll be bright, fresh and refreshed! This can also strengthen your relationship.

3. Make art together

Make some artwork together as a couple by tapping into your creative side. Creativity boosts immunity, after all! You might make a mosaic of each other’s photos, compose a poem together, or grab some colours and a canvas and paint a beautiful image. Display whatever you make as a memento of your affection for one another.

4. Write a love letter

There’s nothing more beautiful than sending a love letter to your spouse, whether you’re seeing them in person or celebrating from away. Include all of the reasons you adore them or a list of your best memories in your letter. They’ll treasure it as a memento for years to come. Write a few lines of gratitude to the other significant individuals in your life. A letter of appreciation or love might make your loved ones feel extra special.

Also Read: Couples who laugh together, stay together. Here’s why humour is important

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Put your phone away, and concentrate on your partner. Image courtesy: Shutterstock

5. No gadgets on Valentine’s Day in quarantine

Keep your gadgets away this Valentine’s Day so you can spend undisturbed time with loved ones. Put your phone and computer away for the day and spend it cuddling and relaxing with your beloved other. This really is the ideal way of spending a quiet day while relieving some of your relationship’s most memorable moments. Make the most of a pleasant, lazy day by eating breakfast in bed.

6. Gratitude

Write down ten things you appreciate about your partner and why you appreciate them. While appreciation has been found to make people happier, healthier, and more successful, less is known about how thankfulness works in partnerships, where personalities and habits intersect to generate complicated, dynamic interactions. This can be the best activity you can perform to create a special bond with your partner.

Devina Kaur Devina Kaur

Devina Kaur is an inspirational speaker, radio host, and producer. She is also the author of the self-help book called "Too Fat Too Loud Too Ambitious".

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