On Valentine's Day, single men are far more likely than married guys to splurge on a loved one, a marketing expert from Harvard Business School says.
Take a cue from Victorian days, and select flowers that express your feelings without your needing to say a word.
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Throwing a Valentine's Day party for your children and their friends is an easy way to have fun and celebrate a day of sweetness and friendship.
Whether you are making them for your family, children or a special someone, a homemade cupcake for Valentine's Day is a whole lot of love.
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Algorithm-based online dating sites are a dime a dozen, and several new apps are trying to inject a little more personality into the system.
We've narrowed down a list to our favorite tech-related ways to say "I love you" on Valentine's Day.
A new research study observes the use of "scientific" research in order to give weight to online dating services that offer to find the perfect soulmate for users.
Go beyond the champagne, red wine or chardonnay and try something new and alluring for Valentine's Day. When planning a Valentine's Day romantic dinner or a fun evening for singles, cocktails can be fun to create and serve as a great conversation piece.
If you want to spend some intimate time with your partner, why not use an aphrodisiac to help get things going? Here are some of the best natural aphrodisiacs and how they help get you and your partner revved up.
On any calendar, St. Valentine's Day is the season of love. This holiday has lots of memory making potential, and setting the scene for romance with a few decorative touches will make the whole event more fun.
The results of a new survey suggest owners of Android phones are the most likely to end up in the sack on a first date, while BlackBerry owners are more likely to make do with a beer.
While Valentine's Day can mean romance for grown-ups, this holiday means love, friendship, sweet goodies, and time with loved ones for children and toddlers. Take advantage of this festive occasion by making fun, eye-popping snacks out of healthy foods for your little ones.
Learn how to get (and give) a perfect pucker, key muscles, other biological stuff related to kissing and even a glimpse at the strange stuff we smooch, like the Blarney Stone.
Valentine's Day is well-known as restaurants' busiest night of the year. So why spend your special evening ear-to-elbow with a dining room full of strangers?
Love your mate and Earth this Valentine's Day by going green.
If you're thinking red roses are the way to go this Valentine's Day, think again. Wow your sweetheart with a personalized arrangement.
Choosing the proper gift, card or sentiment during Valentine's Day is a challenge regardless of how long you've been one-half of a "couple."
Hey, Romeo! If your killer material gets nothing more than crickets over coffee with a girl you've been chasing... or if you can't even get her out for coffee... it's probably time for a reality check.
Forget about pricey chocolate hearts and hand-dipped strawberries. Surprise your lucky valentine with a simple home-cooked treat that shows how much you care.
To really warm the heart of someone you love, try to surprise them with thoughtful gestures and acts of kindness. Remember: actions sometimes speak louder than words.
Valentine's Day is traditionally a day in which people express their love to one another by presenting gifts, such as cards, candy, flowers and other symbols of love or affection. Here's a look at some fun facts behind this romantic holiday.
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The most romantic way to celebrate the holiday of love is also the least expensive: Stay home and indulge in a feast of touch, taste and scent.
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