For the person who feels loved through Physical Touch, consider giving a back scratcher or massager that you can use to administer some relaxation sessions.
For the busy person in your life, gift a month or two of a meal preparation service like HelloFresh. If you want to go the extra mile, offer to assemble and cook the meals, too!
Write a list of genuine, specific compliments or affirmations on individual scraps of paper and put them in a jar, so they can be opened and read whenever your loved one needs a pick-me-up.
Does your loved one love a particular sports team? Pick up a hat or a jersey you think they would look great in, or get yourself a matching one and cheer them on together!
Does your spouse work from home? Grab a book and sit next to one another during his or her work time. This shows that you’re choosing to be with them, even in the mundane.
Create and give a personalized article of clothing to someone you love. Make it meaningful by incorporating something that is significant to them.
Set up a small candy buffet for your kids, spouse, or friends the next time you host a get-together. Dress up as a classy server (white gloves and all), and serve them at a special time during the evening.
Looking for a fun adventure that work even when "stay at home" orders are in effect? Here's one tailor-made for you and your loved one.
Turn off all your devices, sit down together, and engage in good old-fashioned conversation! Also check out “101 Conversation Starters for Couples” or “101 Conversation Starters for Families.”
Set an alarm on your phone, and when it goes off, send a thoughtful text or say something kind every day for a week.
A Burrito Blanket makes the perfect gift for the foodie who loves to cozy up.
Instead of giving one big gift on one day, give lots of small (even silly) gifts your special someone can open over several days. This can be a cute, fun way to show extra love to a gifts-loving person.