Quick tips on how to be more romantic
In a relationship, most often than not, you can blame it on the guys to be inactive in the romance department. Thoughtfulness is the main ingredient to keep a relationship alive. There is really no exact formula on how to be a romantic person and being romantic would naturally come out if you really care and love the person you are with.
Rule number one is to add your own style and personal charm in romancing. If you are backlogged when it comes to romance, here are some simple ideas that you can use:
Giving a woman a jewelry box is an ordinary thing. But if she sees that the jewelry box you bought her is her favorite color, her kind of style and with her name on it, then she might give the jewelry box a second look and cherish it forever. The point is, no matter how ordinary a thing is, if you give it a real thought before buying, then the efforts of choosing a gift that you think would please her would count as being romantic.
Do something out of the blue. If your usual night out would mean a dinner date at McDonald’s then a fine dining restaurant of her choice would absolutely surprise her. If you are not used to giving small token of appreciation like flowers or chocolates, then do so once in a while.
If you’re out of the budget and can’t afford to buy gifts or treat your partner to some fancy restaurants, then you must be thrilled that there is a great alternative to all these materials things. Yes, your quality time would be enough. Spending time lazing on the couch in front of some good TV would do the trick. Your sweet gestures and kind words like “I miss the smell of your hair” can even lead to some serious romancing.
The Magic of Touch
It is always a good sight when you see couples walk hand in hand. The sensuality of one’s touch can do wonders. Of course, be sincere and touch only a woman’s “safe” parts like her hair, chin and shoulders.
Being romantic should be a natural thing for someone who’s in love. If you are having a hard time thinking of romantic ways to please your partner just think of something that can make her smile. If you can do that, you would consequently find a way to make her heart jump.
About the Author: Ron Zvagelsky has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2006. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of PlanJam - where you can plan a date and find romantic date ideas.