There are only a few days in a year when you do not need to justify spending too much—sending gifts during Christmas Day, cooking your best recipe for your parents or siblings on their birthdays, or celebrating your wedding anniversary with your spouse. There is another day of the year when you are allowed to spend extra to let everyone feel that they are loved, and everyone knows that it is Valentine’s Day.
From giving little tokens to your colleagues at work to meeting your lover in a fancy restaurant at night, all you ever do is give and receive on the fourteenth of February. How have people been spending throughout the years? It was observed that most Americans spend around $143 for this eventful day. Women usually buy cards, while men purchase flowers. Huge sums of money are spent on jewelry and flowers, while billions of dollars are spent on lovely dinners.
If you are in a relationship or have just started dating a special person, you may want to learn some hacks from this perfect Valentine’s Day infographic. Whether you’re exclusively dating, in a long-distance relationship, or in a long-term, committed relationship, you have no excuse to let this wonderful day pass by. There are many ways to make Valentine’s Day extra special without going overboard, and this visual guide helps you get there.