Ideas for feeling loved
Some of us are more expressive than others. It is especially important though to fully express yourself and your feelings in a relationship. Have you ever ended a relationship and regretted not letting your partner know much they meant to you? Were there things they did that you appreciated but never shared that with them?

We put together a short list of little things you can do that can help bring romance to your relationship.

If you can’t speak it, write it - Researchers say women speak more than men, by like 13,000 words to be exact! Some people just don’t have it in them to speak romance, maybe more men than women. But your relationship doesn’t have to suffer just because you struggle in the verbal arena. One way to still be sweet and expressive is to write your thoughts down, yes we mean pen and paper. Your thoughts could be short and sweet love notes ( or if you have more to say, you can always write your lover a sweet love letter. We believe so strongly in love notes that we think every relationship should incorporate them. These are cute little things you write down that can be held on to and a collection of them can tell a story, a beautiful one, years later.

Date night - Another great way to express your feelings and communicate in a relationship is to set up date nights. Even if you live with your partner, set up dinner dates where you both get to go out, wine and dine, and let them know how much they mean to you. Taking them out on a romantic date, just because, is a great way to show appreciation for all that they do. Breakfast in bed - You just can’t beat morning talks (and cuddles) over breakfast in bed, prepared by your partner. And if you’re no Chef Ramsay, no worries. When it comes to breakfast in bed, it really is the thought that counts. Pancakes, French toast, Mediterranean style breakfast, or anything else you wish to put on that tray for your partner to enjoy in bed. One thing is for sure, they’ll appreciate the gesture and will definitely feel special and appreciated.

Flowers, just because
- If you live together, pick up some flowers on your way home. If you don’t live together, next time you go over, show up with some flowers. And if you are long distance, send her flowers. It’s a simple gesture but it can mean a lot, especially if it’s not done just to get out of the dog house. You can always take things up a notch and send her a gift (, to make her feel extra special.

So there you have it: a few small things you can do to make your partner feel loved and appreciated and keep the romance alive.