New Hampshire in the Morning

Romantic Gestures To Show How Much You Care
Romantic Gestures To Show How Much You Care

Here are the five romantic gestures we talked about on New Hampshire in the Morning to show that special someone how much you care without spending money doing it!

1. Start their workday off with an unexpected message.  Call their work voicemail and leave them a nice message, so the first thing they hear when they get to work is a nice message from you.

2. Take care of a mundane task they don’t like to do.  Pick up their dry cleaning for them or offer to help with something that they don’t like to do.

3. Compliment them on something less obvious than their looks.

4. Mak a small sacrifice to make them happy.  If they love to go bowling and you don’t, offer to take them bowling every now and then.  They will love it.

5. Let them know you’re looking forward to seeing them again.  Wehter you just met that someone, or have been together for a while, it’s a nice gesture to let them know your are looking forward to seeing them.

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