11 Tiny Gestures Anyone Can Do To Make Their Partner Feel Appreciated
Breakfast in bed sounds nice, but in reality, you're just awkwardly eating eggs amidst tangled sheets and piles of laundry. Instead, set breakfast out for them on a weekday morning. What could be better than waking up on a Monday and not having to pour your own cereal?
Some weeks are just harder than others. If you know your partner is going to be in the thick of it, write them a list of seven things you love about them, one for each day.
Does your S.O. have a big meeting coming up? Set a calendar reminder for 30 minutes before the big event so you can drop him a note and tell him how wonderful he is and that it's all going to be OK.
Don't underestimate the power of a good old playlist. They don't always have to be sappy, either. Burn a CD of the best 80s power ballads or remixes of a song your partner loves. Everyone needs something good to listen to on the commute home.
If you want to take it to the next level, make an audio book for her. Use your phone to record yourself reading a poem by her favorite author. You can send it to her via text, or make a whole collection and save it on Google Drive.
Have a bathtub? Make your partner a quick homemade soaking potion. It can be as simple as Epsom salts, the contents of a few black tea bags, and a drop or two of her favorite scent. Store it in a cute mason jar and prepare a bath for her at the end of a long day.
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