From The Notebook to Bridget Jones’s Diary, you’ll find plenty of rom coms and love stories to tug at your heart strings. But there’s no need to limit yourself to films in the romance genre. Get your heart racing with a psychological thriller like Fatal Attraction. Or laugh your way through Valentine’s Day with empowering comedies like The First Wives Club.
It doesn’t seem long since Christmas, yet Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. How did that happen?
Valentine’s day is not just for lovers. It is for all of those who share warmth, comfort and sometimes, it can be with those precious things we value in this world, such as our home sweet home.
What do you do for Valentine’s Day? Do you send a card? Buy a gift? Do you do anything for the children?
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, why not get your date delivered? Now I’m not talking about having the other person for your date ‘delivered’ – sorry if you are disappointed. I’m talking about having a great night in with your partner and your date/activity delivered to your door. Date Delivered has the answer […]
If you live in the UK – or even if you don’t – there are few metropolises more fitting than London for that perfect romantic Valentine’s short-break with your loved one. Yes, the British capital offers sights, sounds, lights and, indeed, shopping galore (which, who could blame you, are certainly there to be seen on […]
The children love to craft. Any opportunity to get the glue, paper, scissors, paints, and of course glitter out, they are there with bells on. They have great imaginations and enjoy creating their own masterpieces out of a few bits and bobs. Recently they have been using supplies from Bostik to create a few Valentine’s inspired […]
Once again, Valentine’s Day is on the way, which means that if you have a special someone in your life, it’s time to get planning. Of course, like most special days, Valentine’s Day can be expensive. Which, when you have a family, is far from ideal. When you’re child-free, splurging on Valentine’s Day is understandable […]