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Feb

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas by Age

The Huffington Post gives us tips on how to find that perfect, age-appropriate gift!

Valentine’s Day In Your 20s Celebrating the day of love in your teenage years and 20s is more about social outings with potential for a future. People in this age group are more likely to exaggerate Valentine’s Day and evaluate their relationships based on the size and price of gifts. Potential gifts: Anything from a singing telegram to the latest, most amazing gadget

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Valentine’s Day In Your 30s In your 30s, things get a little more serious and people’s maturity levels tend to even out. Couples understand that love comes with responsibility, and they’re likely to think seriously about settling down, if they haven’t already. And in your 30s, your gifts may not matter that much. Potential gifts: A romantic getaway or sweet gesture will have a larger impact than a box of roses or jewelry.

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Valentine’s Day In Your 40s By the time you get to your 40s, it’s no longer just about love. People in relationships want to be respected, understood and appreciated. If you’re dating in your 40s, you’re more likely to be open-minded and patient with the person you’re interested in. Potential gifts: Something small and intimate, like the perfect table at a favourite restaurant, or a tasteful piece of jewelry, will speak volumes.

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Valentine’s Day In Your 50s In your 50s, love and V-Day become more unconditional — you’ve likely already been a lot and know each other’s pluses and minuses. Couples in this age group are more likely to focus on respecting each other’s needs and wants. Potential gifts: Planning a getaway together will probably be more appreciated than any small token.

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Valentine’s Day In Your 60s By the time you’re in your 60s, V-Day just won’t be a priority. In this age group, love is about fully accepting someone as they are and  enjoying the simple things in life. Potential gifts: If you have grandchildren, gifts from them will really warm the heart, so arranging that for your partner will undoubtedly be appreciated.”

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