Oops. Forgot Valentine’s Day? Here are some last-minute ideas.

It's not too late to make Valentine's Day a success. phanlop88 photo.

So you knew there was something you were supposed to remember about today, but it slipped your mind.  Hey, temporary forgetfulness happens to all of us.  But there are three days that if forgotten, could lead to trouble – birthdays, anniversaries, and Valentine’s Day.   If you find yourself without a gift, reservation, or plan, it’s not too late.  Really, it isn’t.  We at Noir Naturals have a few last-minute Valentine’s Night ideas that should please your significant other.

Swing by the grocery store.  Most have floral departments and all that do are running specials on roses and other V-Day bouquets.  While there, pick up dinner from the grocery’s deli and make a feast.  It can be done.  Some deli sections go all out while others are more basic.  Work with what’s available.  For example, if your deli’s fare consists of picnic fare, have an indoor picnic.  Spread out a blanket on the floor and set up the spread.  Make it more romantic by dimming the lights and placing candles around the room.  Pick up hummus, Baba Ganoush, pita bread, feta, and olives for a Mediterranean-themed meal.
Give your partner a massage.  Even better, give him or her a massage coupon booklet.  Set the mood with soy wax cubes or scented candles and use a favorite massage oil, shea butterlotion, or body butter.
Speaking of coupon booklets, coupons redeemable for hated jobs around the house or for a night out centered on your partner’s preferences will make him or her smile.
Purchase a gift online and present your partner with the gift receipt or announcement along with some flowers and a card.   Our Valentine’s Day sale runs through 1 am est, so there’s till time.
Don’t forget that presentation is everything.  If you look like you’re trying to put one over on your partner, it will show.   Go with a sincere heart and present your gift. Let us know how it went.
Have a Happy Valentine’s Day and remember to keep the romance going all year long.
To learn more about Noir Naturals visit us at www.NoirNaturals.com.
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About Noir Naturals

The idea behind Noir Naturals stems from the good ole days as some would say it. We often sit back and remember the days when we were children playing outside all day. Dusk would be approaching and our mothers and grandmothers would call us inside. When inside an old black and white classic of Andy Griffith would be playing on television. Granny would tell us to run out to the garden, get a tomato and bring it in. She’d slice it up and we’d have it for dinner. The memories of those days still permeate our minds and it symbolizes a simple, safe, natural time in our lives. In those days one could leave the doors unlocked at night without worry. Our great grandmothers churned butter, made and cut soap for use at home. That was the norm back then. While Netflix and others do a great job of listing Noir movies for us to relive some of the ole days, we wanted to continue those days in more of a practical way today. In the ole days things were natural and not made with chemicals. We therefore wanted to go back to those times and make products that are not only good for your skin and body, but are also pure, natural, simple and safe, just as the ole days were. Our products are paraben free, not tested on animals and do not contain any artificial dyes or pigments. We invite you to go back in times with us to those good ole days, with our Noir Naturals products, to experience Yesterday Once More. To learn more about Noir Naturals, visit www.NoirNaturals.com or give us a call at 1-985-590-5461. View all posts by Noir Naturals

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