February 14, 2012
It doesn't have to be expensive.
Saying "I love you" doesn't have to break the bank. Buying expensive gifts or going on dates to fancy restaurants aren't always necessary to tell someone how you feel. It's perfectly acceptable to rent a movie and stay at home and order a pizza. If you want something a little more romantic, prepare a special dinner together. Not only will you save money, but also you'll spend time together cooking. Other frugal options can include writing a love letter, poem or song, attending a free show, making coupons or a mixed tape, going bowling or meeting up for drinks and appetizers during happy hour.