February is often called the love month, and many people all over the world celebrate this traditional holiday. As the pandemic continues with the restrictions regarding social distancing and crowd limitations, more Americans just want to have one day where they feel loved and cherished and – dare we say – normal.
Plan a Cozy Night in Instead of Taking Risks Venturing Outside
This year, plan to stay in on Valentine’s Day spending some quality time with your sweetheart, children, or pet. Make a cozy spot, turn on some soft music, and plan a healthy dinner that is a bit more elegant than your normal dietary meals.
Some Delicious & Low-Fat Healthy Romantic Menu Ideas
Create a festive dinner or lunch using wholesome ingredients and low-fat food choices. Rather than gorge on high-calorie candy or other sweet confection, plan a fondue using fresh berries or other fruit with low-fat and/or sugar-free melted dark chocolate, which is healthier than other types of chocolate.
Take Advantage of Online Streaming of Movies, Music, or TV Shows
Pop some popcorn, turn down the lights are binge-watch your favorite romantic TV show or movie using the free or low-cost streaming services offered due to the pandemic. Download your favorite music or audiobook for more fun that won’t cost a fortune.
Before visiting someone living in a senior care facility, call ahead to ensure that any treats or flowers are allowed.