The idea of a ‘Romantic Love Note’ holds zero value for most men (there’s just no cultural back story for us to gel with). But chicks love this stuff! It’s why books like Fifty Shades of Grey are almost entirely read by women.
This date hack is all about how to make your partner feel mega cared about using a cocktail of words and creativity. Don’t worry if you’re feeling this is all a little soppy – it kicks goals! (and also works as the perfect kick-off point for a romantic Valentine’s day)
Write 3x notes on paper and hide them around the house where you know she’ll find them.
E.g. in her shoe, drawer and make-up bag
Use a permanent marker to write a funny or romantic note on a photo. Then leave it somewhere obvious for her to find.
Alternatively, you can write a sentence across several photos by placing a single word on each one. Then leave these in order along the hallway for her to find when she wakes up in the morning!
If you want to really go all out combo this with Brian’s Birthday Trick
Do a small puzzle and write a romantic love note on the back. Then break it into sections and hide them around the house or post them. This is totally awesome for an anniversary or birthday!
Plaster it all over the fridge as a surprise for when she gets out of bed!
This is also a great chance to throw out all the junk on it!
Placing a letter in the mailbox is nice and easy. No need to post it!
Write a cute note under the cereal box lid for a great surprise first thing in the morning!
When you go to a cafe together bring a permanent marker along. She will usually go to the toilet which is your chance to write something romantic on a napkin. Then ask the waiter to bring it out with whatever she orders! Check out the full date hack
Buying one card is a pain because you have to remember to go to the store and grab one for what feels like minimal benefit. However, buying five cards at the same time and keeping 4 in your date stash for later is smart. Really smart!
This saves you time. It also saves you money since you can buy them online when they’re on sale. Best of all you’re happy to give her one even if it’s not a special occasion which means she’s going to feel more cared about!
When you have a card give it to her in a creative way like hiding it in the linen cupboard or posting it to her at work.
P.S. I love cards by the artist Majali like the one in the photo.