And for all of you frugal lovebirds out there, here's to you, enjoying a financially-stressless February 14th!
Thinking about a relaxed night in with that special someone? Why not:
* Cook up a romantic dinner using ingredients that are already in your kitchen? Visit http://www.supercook.com/ - you enter what you have, and they tell you what to cook!
* Check out a movie from your local public library? While in my opinion, documentaries are always a great choice, libraries also have recent comedy and drama movies (yes, even "romantic comedies"!) for checkout on DVD / VHS. Libraries also have CDs for checkout if you're on the search for "mood music"!
Thinking about an adventure outside the house? Why not:
* Visit an art gallery nearby? (Art galleries are almost always free to visit because the art on display is for sale, as opposed to a museum.)
* Speaking of: why not see if your local public library participates in a "Check Out a Musuem" program, where library holders can get free passes to visit regional art and cultural museums? (This program is certainly in place for these metro areas: Phoenix, Twin Cities, Detroit, Boston, San Diego, and Tacoma, WA...can your area be added to this list?)
|Why not spend Valentine's Day exploring |
art, culture, or dinosaur bones - for free?