And what about the Valentine's product? The sweet, the posters, the teddy bears sporting a red heart that says 'Be Mine,' socks with little red hearts all over them, heart-shaped rings, necklaces and earrings, and the list goes on and on.


The latest incarnation of the ubiquitous Fitbit just may be the ideal Valentine’s Day gift for any fitness-obsessed, techy guy out there. It tracks his calorie burn throughout the whole day, monitors his heart rate, and has Alexa built in. It allows him to make purchases via six debit or credit cards, and plays his favorite Spotify, Pandora, or Deezer playlists.
Adjustments of Valentine's Day took place as time changed. Prior to, Valentine's Day cards were customized using colored paper and colored inks. There were pinprick cards, cutout developed letters, rebus valentines, and acrostic valentines to name a few.

Mid- Feb heralded in ancient Rome, the coming of spring and even in pre-Christian times people commemorated a "fertility" celebration with terrific joy. Much later on the celebration celebrated on Feb 14th was in honor of St. Valentine who is thought to have actually signed a letter to his precious on his death bed as "from your Valentine."

Tired of the standard chocolates and roses? Find a unique and romantic Valentine’s day gift during the season of love to impress even the most cynical sweetheart. Grab a Valentine’s day gift basket, like the Lavender Relaxation Box, to inspire a sensual stay-at-home date night where you can simply enjoy each other’s company. Or perhaps go for a Sweet Lovebirds Canvas and spend the night redecorating the beautiful home you’ve built together. There’s nothing more important in this world than love—so take the time to celebrate it with a romantic Valentine’s gift!
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