Are you struggling to come up with a healthy Valentine’s Day gift idea? If your loved one is trying to live a healthier lifestyle, a box of chocolates or a decadent meal might not go over well. However, if you want to give a creative present to support your sweetie’s healthy journey, follow these below ideas instead.
“Valentine’s Day in a Pandemic” sounds like the title of a terrible album, or maybe the least-romantic date night movie ever. Unfortunately, it’s also our reality this year. But don’t despair, romantics. Here are a few healthy valentine’s day gift ideas to try out.
Fitness trackers are designed to work with your computer and mobile devices so that it’s easier for you to keep track of your daily activities. Whether you’re counting steps, monitoring your sleep, or watching your calories, these devices are meant to encourage more activity. Here’s one idea: To make the gift more romantic for Valentine’s Day, set a couple fitness goals that you can monitor together.
Fresh Fruit Basket
If your loved one is concerned about health issues or living a healthy lifestyle, this can be the perfect healthy Valentine’s Day gift. Many fruit baskets contain many varieties of apples, oranges, mandarins, and pears.
Online Fitness Class Pass
For a gift that keeps on giving, consider an online fitness class, such as Obe Fitness. The pass allows your loved one to take the classes of their choice, whether they’re into weightlifting, spinning, Pilates, yoga, or all of those things! In addition to building strong muscles that ease the burden on the heart, exercise helps reduce stress. This helps make blood vessels more elastic and promotes heart health.
Pressure cookers are all the rage right now, and for good reason. They allow you to whip up a healthy and delicious meal in a fraction of the time. If you haven’t tried one yet, this is the perfect time to gift your partner with one. And you’ll reap the benefits for yourself, too!
If you have a partner who loves to plan, why not gift them with a planner designed to bring more wellness into their life? A planner focused on health and happiness is designed to help you work through your life with self-reflection questions, action items, and intentions.
Did these healthy Valentine’s Day gifts work for you? Was there a fun gift that I missed? I’d love to hear your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, more Valentine’s Day-themed tips, please check out Sweet Tips for a Healthy Valentine’s Day. Also, be sure to subscribe to the Heart & Soul newsletter to receive more great blog tips straight to your inbox each Friday.