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Here’s how you can spend Valentine’s Day on a budget

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7 excuses we have all made to sound Anti-Valentines' Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and is usually a way for brand to up their marketing gimmicks. It can be tough for young couples who have just started working and are saving for that Euro-trip or struggling to pay rent. We know even weekend getaways can cause a strain on your wallets. Well, worry not we have perfect date ideas for young couples who want to celebrate Valentine’s Day on a shoe-string budget.

Visit a local Mela?

Does your city have melas year-round? Well, check out some local melas which happen all year round and support homegrown talent and food. They serve scrumptious food at really affordable rates. Psst, you can also take bae on a ride on the giant-wheel, hold their hand and squeal together.

Here's how you can spend Valentine's on a budget

Food+ Movies

Stop cribbing about the hideously expensive food you get inside multiplexes. This is a flawless date idea right here! Pack scrumptious goodies…wine, hummus – pita bread, some cheesecake..Download movies you’ve bookmarked since a while and lay out a picnic for two. Netflix and chill can be good for the soul and the pocket.

Here's how you can spend Valentine's on a budget

Each One, Teach One

What good is a relationship if it doesn’t mean sharing your passions with your partner? Break free of the rut and teach each other something interesting. Whether it’s a childhood dream like riding a bike, or singing or writing a quartet, painting, a cutesy task like puppetry or something amazing like magic tricks. Get your partner to blow your mind with their talents this Valentine!

Volunteer Together

We suggest you relocate your date entirely. Skip the fancy restaurant and drive down to your nearest NGO. You could teach a class there together. If you’re a dog lover, a shelter is what you need! But yes, definitely volunteer together. Spreading love with the one you love is an immeasurably joyous activity. We suggest, you visit the Cat Cafe at Versova or the Pawfect Life in Andheri East to spend time with your furry friends. Nothings spells love like the shared love for pets.

Here's how you can spend Valentine's on a budget

Spa-at home

You know how when we were kids, we’d play office office, or home home, and real life situations like that? Now that those real life situations are playing out, run to the sanctity of playing spa at home. Give each other hot oil massages, face masks and de-tan treatments. Made out of items found very easily in the kitchen, this is super easy and also super relaxing.

Here's how you can spend Valentine's on a budget

Cook And Bake

Since everything is fun when you’re with your partner in crime, try your hand at cooking delightfully detailed recipes. Instead of one organising a date for the other, do it together and plan a seven course meal. Bake cookies. And maybe even cakes, cupcakes and other sugary treats. Wear your red dress and light up your dinner table!

Here's how you can spend Valentine's on a budget

Online Tutorials

What fun would it be if someone you love combined with something you love. Find your shared interests and take an online class together. There’s tons of free tutorials available and even some that give you a certificate for an extremely nominal fee. You’ll learn together, laugh at mistakes, make memories and generally have a blast!

Here's how you can spend Valentine's on a budget

Hello, Creativity!

Whether it’s your room, your partner’s or one that you share, it goes without saying that it must hold an element of your partner’s. While splashes of bright colours are generally fantastic, this year take advantage of this V-day and get creative. Hop onto Pinterest and build something together. Whether it is home decor DIYs, origami or lego building, fun is to be had.


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