3 Ways to Spend Valentine’s Day at Home

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Getting a reservation at a fancy restaurant or trying to find available seats at the local theatre can be incredibly difficult on Valentine’s Day, and it can cause more trouble and stress than it is worth.

Fortunately, you do not need to ever leave the house this Valentine’s Day to experience a memorable, romantic night with your significant other. There are many really fun ways to spend a romantic night at home this Valentine’s Day, saving you money, time and stress that is likely to be spent trying to go out on a hectic night.

The following are three exciting ways to spend Valentine’s Day at home and grow closer with your significant other, spending time with just them rather than battling others for a dinner reservation.


A Dinner by The Fire

Why battle busy crowds or pay outlandish prices to eat your favorite meal with your significant other? Instead, pick up all that you need and cook a special dinner for your significant other in the comfort of your home.

Be sure to get the fireplace going, light some candles and bring out the special bottle of wine or champagne you have been saving. In doing so, there is not a restaurant in the world that can match the special bond you can create sharing a meal in the comfort of your home with just you, your significant other and a beautiful setting near the fireplace.

To make things even more special, put some romantic music on and enjoy an exciting evening of dancing as well.


Play Games

If you and your significant other enjoy playing games, then using Valentine’s Day to do so at home is a great way to enjoy the romantic evening without having to leave the house.

While you can most certainly enjoy an evening of playing games with just you and your significant other, playing games provides an opportunity to invite friends over to partake on a fun evening as well. Whether you choose a fun board game, sing karaoke or have a trivia night, playing games is a great way to connect with loved ones.

If it just you and your significant other, you can even consider adding a sexy, romantic twist to the game as well.


Have a Campout

If you like the outdoors and have a beautiful backyard you love to spend time in, then having a fun campout is another great way to enjoy Valentine’s Day this year.

The weather is likely to be cold, so be sure to properly start a nice fire in the backyard and pitch a comfortable tent to stay in. Having a campout on Valentine’s Day is a great way to practice working together, bond with one another and get away from the stresses of life, spending the entire night care-free with your significant other.

Of course, the activities you choose are entirely up to you and your significant other and are numerous, but be sure to make some delicious smores and plan the evening out in advance.


Annette Masterson is a licensed broker with EXIT Realty Bob Lamb & Associates in Murfreesboro, TN. She has developed one of the most successful real estate teams in Rutherford County, known as Masterson Network, that specializes in new home construction and residential listings and sales throughout Middle Tennessee. You can email Annette at mastersonnetwork@gmail.com or call her at 615-896-5656 (Office) or 615-533-1660 (Cell) for more information.