Ways to Make Your Valentine’s WEEK Meaningful!

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Valentine’s Day is a reminder to show your love and appreciation for those you care about this week, and all year long!

Valentine’s Day is a special day to show your love and appreciation for those you care about. While it may be tempting to buy expensive gifts or plan elaborate gestures, there are many meaningful ways to express your love that don’t involve spending money. By focusing on the things you already have, such as quality time with your loved one, expressing gratitude for the relationship, and doing something thoughtful together, you can make Valentine’s Day a truly special occasion.

Celebrate with Your Parents While Helping them Downsize

Family time is an important part of life that should be cherished. It is a chance for families to come together and bond over shared experiences and memories. This time can also include special moments, such as enjoying a meal together, playing games, or simply talking about the day. Additionally, it can include items that are meaningful to the family, such as photographs or heirlooms

Going through your parents’ home is a great way to incorporate items into yours without accumulating too much. You can find furniture, art, and other items that will give your home the perfect look and feel. Using these items from your parents’ home can be a great way to keep memories alive and add a personal touch to your living space. However, it can be tricky to find the perfect match between what you already have and what you can find in their home. To ensure that you don’t accumulate too much, it is important to carefully consider the items that you bring into your home and make sure that they are the right fit for your style. With careful planning, you can find the perfect match between your current décor and items from your parents’ home.

Make Your Children Part of the Plan

Valentine’s Day is a special day that celebrates love and affection, and it’s a great opportunity to show your children how much you care about them. One of the best ways to do this is by helping them create a cozy space where they can cuddle up and feel safe, whether it’s a fort in the living room or a bed with lots of pillows.

Show your children they are part of Valentine’s Day by helping them create their own cozy space that they can retreat to when they need some alone time.

The Perfect Match

Showing yourself and your partner love is an important part of any relationship. It’s about showing appreciation for each other and building a connection that will last. Decorating your home for Valentine’s Day is a fun way to express yourself. Create a dining room experience that is more romantic and less formal.  You can try adding a warm and cozy feel with reds and pinks, use candles to add warmth and set a mood to your table, or add a cozy throw onto the couch. Being loving doesn’t have to mean grand gestures or expensive gifts – it can be as simple as expressing gratitude or sharing a special moment.

Decorating and Holidays

Holidays tend to give us reason to feel special and change things up a bit. It’s always refreshing to bring in new pieces of furniture or just add in some accessories to spruce up a room.  It’s easy and fun to find ideas and inspiration for your living spaces that make holidays and every day feel special.

Most importantly, remember that Valentine’s Day is only 1/365 days in the year.  We encourage you to celebrate all week long, and moreover, all year long as you celebrate, support, and appreciate those you love.

 “Let the beauty of what you love be what you do.” – Rumi · 

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