Forgotten to get a Valentine’s Day gift for your boyfriend/girlfriend/wife/husband/significant other?
Follow our list for great easy-to-find staples that will keep you in the good books.
For guys: Electric razor
Shaving supplies are a safe gift for a man you’ve just started dating.
It says, “I like you enough to get you something, but I didn’t want to overwhelm you with something overly generous.”
Depending on your comfort level, you can opt for a higher-end set of supplies.
Some chemists go beyond plastic watches, stocking high-end products, such as a Fitbit.
This is ideal for the man who loves exercise, or has made a resolution to get into better shape this year.
The best part: He’ll have no idea you picked it up around the corner 10 minutes before you showed up at his door.
Some 34 percent of single men and 30 percent of single women claimed the best gift they’d received from a significant other was an activity they did together, according to the PlentyOfFish survey.
“Plan your Valentine’s day around a fun activity you know your partner will love,” MacLean suggests.
How about a generous couple’s massage?
Cue the massage oil, an easy Valentine’s Day gift that’s like an engraved invitation for one-on-one time.