A getaway to a secluded cabin could be a nice break from the confines of home in 2020. Make your plans and present them with a cabin-related, Christmas ornament.
If your spouse loves a show like Bake-Off, make one of the signature recipes together! Gather all the ingredients ahead of time and then present the invitiation in a card or note.
This Unplug Box makes a great gift for those who love Quality Time with others.
The Love Languages Devotional Bible
Research has shown that couples who read their Bibles and pray together enjoy a much healthier relationship. The Love Languages Devotional Bible is designed to make reading God’s Word and praying as a couple enjoyable and rewarding.
Acts of Service
Help for creating healthy habits is a wonderful gift in and of itself. Here's a fun journal that will help your friends and loved ones do just that.
Stay in shape while you date and give the gift of a "Fitness Date." Go rock climbing, ax throwing, or just take a fitness class—as long as you are together.
Words of Affirmation
Give the gift of encouraging words, inspiring quotes, Scripture verses, motivations, and affirmations—literally. These fun wall decors will serve to energize the person you love as they surround themselves with positivity.
Search Groupon for a fun staycation wherever you live! Order room service and enjoy some Quality Time together away from the stresses of everyday life.
If you and your partner are feeling ambitious, try taking a cooking class together. Side by side, you are sure to give and receive many touches. Make it a point to be close and have fun. If you would like to find a class near you, try this website (click Cooking, then Couples Cooking). Bon appétit!
Acts of Service
A warm towel after a shower can be incredibly comforting. Let the towel warmer do all the work while you get all the credit.
Get some quality time together by taking your friend or spouse to AIRE baths—a very cool and relaxing spa and/or massage experience you can have together!
The 5 Love Languages® for Men
At the heart of every man is a desire to master what matters. Getting a compliment at work or on the court is nice, but nothing beats hearing your spouse say, “You make me feel loved.” If you haven’t heard that in a while or feel like you are not bringing your A-game into your relationship, this book is for you.