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Money can't buy you love

If you want to romance your partner, but don't have a lot of extra cash, try some of these low-budget romantic tips:

  • Buy a cheap bottle of bubble bath and share a sud-tub.
  • Spend an evening at home dancing to your favorite songs.
  • Snuggle on the couch in front of your favorite movie (a movie that you own).
  • Make a scrapbook with photos, mementos, and little notes from you lives together.
  • Fix something or fix up the house just to make your partner happy.
  • Cook a meal for two and share it bistro-style, complete with candles, freshly picked flowers and a bottle of cheap wine.
  • If you have a flower garden in your front or back yard, pick a few flowers, put them in a vase, and give them to your significant other.
  • Make a list of everything you love about them.
  • Take a walk around the neighborhood and hold hands.
  • Burn a CD of love songs
  • Instead of buying your significant other a bouquet of flowers, buy a small plant for the home or backyard. You can spend quality time together planting the plant and your significant other will always think of you when they see the plant.
  • Rub your significant other's feet after a long day at work.
  • Have a picnic in the backyard or at a local park.
  • Leave a love note on their pillow.
  • Call a local radio station and dedicate a song to your significant other. When the DJ announces the dedication, record it so your significant other can listen to it whenever they want.

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