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Practical Gifts for Valentine?s Day 2

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  1. Homemade pie: Who wouldn?t love love a delicious, freshly-made pie delivered to her door or desk? This isn?t long term, but hey, who doesn?t love food? You can cook this yourself or buy the whole thing for less than 10$
  2. Wine membership: If she loves wine so much, what better gift than a selection of fine vino shipped to her doorstep every month? She can pick her own favorite depending on her particular tastes and palette. This will save you money on gas and delivery fees, while getting some nice discounts.
  3. Bluetooth speakers: Yes they are compact size, but Bluetooth speakersgenerate plenty of sound. They have features such as voice prompts for effortless device pairing along with up to eight hours of play
  4. Annual Passes Or Memberships: Does your wife or girlfriend have a keen interest in art, a passion for history or a great love of animals? You can give her an annual pass to a local museum or zoo, and she can spend all year savoring the exhibits and learning more about her interests. If the gift recipient is more keen on thrills, invest in a theme park, ski pass or water park pass instead, guaranteeing a year full of amazing adventures.?Annual passes sometimes include admission for two people, so you can make a date of some sort all year round. You may also receive free or discounted admission to similar institutions around your area.
  1. Tools: Home improvement doesn?t exactly fall into the romantic category, but when it is a part of designing your dream house with the one you love, it actually is. Getting down to work with your significant other is more motivating when you bring a shared vision to life. Select great tools to start working in making you home renovation dreams a reality. Include a nice love letter about how you are excited to building your dream home together.

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