A getaway to a secluded cabin could be a nice break. Make plans and present your special someone with a cabin-related Christmas ornament.
Help someone get a step closer to realizing a dream (e.g., gift a "How-To" book, sign them up for a course, etc.). Here is a list of 101 ways to learn a new skill!
Spend an hour or more working together cleverly finding clues to solve a mystery and escape a room! Challenge your brains and build team spirit while having unique some Quality Time.
Sometimes Quality Time looks like an evening enjoying your favorite movie or show together! Give the gift of a streaming service for the person who likes to relax with you . . . and don't forget the snacks.
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.
A box of dates is the perfect romantic Christmas gift, wedding anniversary present, or just because you want to show them how much you want to spend time with them.
Make a secret pocket pillow for some Words of Affirmation fun! Use the pocket pillow to leave each other encouraging or affectionate notes, poetry, uplifting quotes, or notices of appreciation.
When things are organized, it makes people feel good. Gift some things that make organizing easier for your friends, spouse, or family.
Write a heartfelt letter to your loved one. Then, have it made into a photo-word portrait!
Create a few appropriate “Physical Touch” coupons for your loved one. Be creative and remember that not everyone likes to be touched the same way. Canva has a tickets template to help you get started.
Acts of Service got you stumped? Designate a "Honey-Do" Bank in your home and ask your spouse to add suggestions. Every so often, choose a task from the bank and do it for him or her!
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.