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How To Be Romantic

How To Be Romantic

put the spark back into your relationship with VideoJug's tutorial on how to be romantic. From making time for them, to showing them you care, VideoJug shows you all you need to know about being Romantic.

Step 1: Make time for each other

The most common reason for the romance dwindling in a relationship is a simple lack of time spent as a couple. You need to make time for each other in order to get the ball rolling. Set aside one night a week to make a date. This could be anything from cooking a meal together at home to a night at the theatre, just as long as you both agree to spend time alone together with no distractions.

Step 2: Tell them you love them

Try to find new and original ways to say "I love you" that will make it more memorable. Leave a little note for your partner somewhere they will see it, like on the fridge or their computer screen.
Paying your partner a compliment is guaranteed to win their heart. Telling them how much you love their smile or how great they look will make them feel lucky to be with you.
Sending your partner a love letter is the height of romance. Hand written letters are rare these days so if your partner is the traditional type, they will adore the fact that you took the time and effort to write to them just to tell them you love them.

Step 3: Show them you care

If you want to treat your partner, surprise them by cooking their favourite meal at home which you can eat together by candlelight. You could even include aphrodisiac foods to put you both in the mood for romance. Foods you can eat with your hands, such as asparagus, exotic fruits, figs and chocolate, work best as you can feed them to each other.
Pick wild flowers for your partner for a simple but effective gift. Your thoughtfulness will be hugely appreciated.

Step 4: Think bigger

If little things aren't your cup of tea then by all means think big. Surprise your loved one with a romantic weekend break somewhere that you cannot be disturbed or buy them that piece of jewellery they've had their eye on.