1. Practice “Even-Day/Odd- Day” Romance: On even days it’s your turn to be romantic, and on odd
days it’s your partner’s turn.
2. No time—or too lazy—to wrap those gifts? Buy fancy bags and pre-decorated boxes for gift-wrapping presents.
3. Ask her best girlfriend—or her mother—for help. Ask her to go shopping with you (secretly!). Tell her you want to spend one afternoon shopping for a year’s worth of gifts for your partner. Establish a
budget, let her think about it for a week, then go shopping together.
4. Place a standing order with a local florist. Give him your anniversary date, her birth date, and instruct him to send flowers automatically on those dates. Also on Valentine’s Day, and (if it’s appropriate) on Mother’s Day, and—just to be safe—have him send a bouquet once a month. Give the florist your charge card number and have him bill you automatically.

This technique is for the forever-forgetful and the terminally unorganized! I know that the true
romantics out there will be aghast at this suggestion, but hey, sometimes the end justifies the means.

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