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.
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.
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!
Hide Now and Laters® around the house for your spouse to discover. Every time one is found, he or she wins a 60-second hug or kiss NOW, plus 60 seconds toward a massage or another activity LATER!
Gather your favorite photos of you and your loved one and create an album! It's a fun way to recapture the moments and relive the memories.
One dialect of Quality Time is sharing experiences together. Plan an excursion to sky-dive, trek to Machu Picchu, or sail in the Carribbean—whatever you decide, endeavor to enjoy every moment together.
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.
An outdoor heater will allow you to spend time outside together as the weather gets colder.
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!
Socks aren't only fashionable, they're also cozy and a fun way to express oneself. Consider signing up your loved one for the Sock Club—they'll get new socks every month!
In a season where many feel isolated, you can remind your loved one they are not alone.
How can you make your loved one's at-home workout easier? By gifting the right equipment! Whether it is a Peloton or a resistance band, anything that makes exercise easier is a win.