There are days throughout the when it is standard to show your appreciation for your loved one – Valentine’s Day, anniversaries, and Christmas, for example. However, your love and affection are no doubt not just limited to these occasions, and as such, you might like to remind your partner just how much they mean to you. This could be a particularly thoughtful idea if they are feeling a bit down due to the stresses of the current coronavirus age. To cheer them up, and show them how much you care, here are four ways that you can surprise your loved one.

1. Jewellery

There is nothing like the surprise of being gifted a beautiful piece of jewellery, whether that is a bracelet, earrings, or perhaps a certain special ring. With jewellery being available for both men and women, in a variety of styles and metals, there really is something for everyone. With online jewellery retailers such as, you can browse from the comfort of your own home. Choose from gold or silver metals, and perhaps personalise your jewellery with your partner’s birthstone or a meaningful engraving to create a piece that your loved one will keep with them for all time.

2. Weekend away

It might be a bit difficult to go anywhere abroad at the minute, but that gives you and your partner the perfect opportunity to explore all those places in the UK that you’ve been meaning to visit but have somehow never got round to it. For a city break, you can’t go wrong with London, or you could explore Bristol, a smaller city with its own unique feel. Or, if peace and quiet in the country are what you both need to recharge your batteries, a few nights in the Cotswolds or the Lake District will reconnect you with nature.

3. Have a meal at a restaurant

Due to the ongoing pandemic, likely, you and your partner have not had a romantic meal out together since the beginning of the year. With bars and restaurants now opened again – with COVID safe polices – now might be a good time to reinstate date night into your lives. Many restaurants and bars have introduced offers to get people back out dining again, which you could take advantage of to save yourself some money. Just make sure to book your table ahead of time and remember to bring your facemask and hand sanitiser.

4. Pay for a pamper session

With access to salons denied during the coronavirus lockdown, everyone has been left feeling a bit bedraggled. Why not treat your loved one to a pamper session to get them back to feeling their best? With beauty salons now reopened your partner could enjoy many indulgent treatments such as a haircut and colour, manicure, and spray tan. Or take the pampering even further with a day out at a spa to enjoy an indulgent massage, facial, and jacuzzi hot tub.


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