Have you ever tried to plan a romantic evening for your significant other only for it to fall flat? Or scheduled a time for yourself to get a manicure only to find out you would’ve rather stayed at home and read a book in bed? Doing something nice for someone you care about can be meaningful, but at times it can be hard to realize that the way you say “I love you” can differ from what you or your loved one had in mind.
That’s why my friends over at FTD have put together a guide on The 5 Love Languages and 25+ love language ideas you can use on a significant other, your child or yourself! If appealing to someone with quality time love language, try going on a walk together or spend a few hours baking something sweet! For more inspiring ideas based on you or a loved ones love language, check out the ideas below.
I’d have to say my love language is ‘Acts of Service”. There is nothing like coming home to a foot rub, dinner on the table and wine in the fridge. It truly makes me feel loved when my significant other, friends and family take some of the load off of every day tasks, freeing me with time to simply veg out.
So what is your love language? I’d love to know in the comments below!