Suggestions for an unconventional Valentine's Day gift for hubby please? We've been married 15 years, so am running out of original (and non-mushy) ideas.
Write a letter to note down the things you appreciate about him (but hardly finds the time to put into words). Everyone likes to know that their little actions/effort are being recognized. We also often take for granted the things our partners have been doing for us. But not sure if writing is something both of you will like (I personally prefers writing since it allows me to have something to look back on in future). Or take the day to go off electronic devices (switch off your hps, do not check your emails, whatsapp, fb etc). Reconnect with each other by planning a walk/picnic/some activity that you used to do during the courtship days.Read more
If I was still married to my ex husband, I would have rented a lamborghini for a short ride. He loved cars, and would always envy whenever one drove past us and I know he would have definitely loved it every though it's for a short while. (Approx. $500 for 30 minutes). The one that I was surveying around was with the vendor called Ultimate Drive at Marina Bay Sands.Read more
Maybe something totally out of the box. Something one of you wanted to do but the other one doesn't dare. I plan to surprise mine with a skydiving (tandem jump) session for his birthday because that's what he always wanted to try and I'm afraid of heights haha. I'm sure it'll mean alot to him that I'm doing something I'm scared of with him.Read more
I will arrange a fishing trip with my husband next year. He has been longing for it but due to work and family commitment he didn't get the chance.