Write a list of genuine, specific compliments or affirmations on individual scraps of paper and put them in a jar, so they can be opened and read whenever your loved one needs a pick-me-up.
No matter how busy you both are, set random weekly calendar appointments to drop everything and spend 10 minutes together—in person, via Zoom, on the phone, etc.
Give a gift that keeps on giving. Present a jar with date ideas that you can do with your child or your partner at their request.
Write a heartfelt letter to your loved one. Then, have it made into a photo-word portrait!
A warm towel after a shower can be incredibly comforting. Let the towel warmer do all the work while you get all the credit.
Sometimes Quality Time looks like an evening enjoying your favorite movie or show together! Give the gift of a streaming service for the person who likes to relax with you . . . and don't forget the snacks.
Keep an eye on your preferred airline’s specials throughout the year (this page from Southwest, for example) and surprise your loved one with a trip to somewhere new!
Here's a fun and memorable gift for those fluent in several love languages.
Looking for a fun adventure that work even when "stay at home" orders are in effect? Here's one tailor-made for you and your loved one.
Create a few appropriate “Physical Touch” coupons for your loved one. Be creative and remember that not everyone likes to be touched the same way. Canva has a tickets template to help you get started.
Airbnb offers virtual experiences from across the world! Book a trip to see sheep in New Zealand or visit a temple in Japan, all from the comfort of your couch.
Turn off all your devices, sit down together, and engage in good old-fashioned conversation! Also check out “101 Conversation Starters for Couples” or “101 Conversation Starters for Families.”