A $340 hotel package? Forget it. $90 concert tickets? Nope. $75 fixed-price dinner? Still too much.
Instead of spending your entire paycheck on Valentine’s Day, consider these gift ideas to keep your wallet fat and your romance blooming.
Love in motion
Kaitlyn Dennihy says she and her boyfriend of four years rarely splurge on Feb. 14. They’ve done everything from hiking to playing racquetball to attending a college basketball game.
“I just don’t see the point in spending a ton of money,” Dennihy, a Buckhead resident, says. “We really like to stay outdoors or do something active.”
So go ahead, you active types — fight with your partner. Take the couple’s fitness class at Dance 101, an Atlanta dance studio. The class is inspired by the Brazilian art form Capoeira, a mixture of martial arts and dance. It’ll have you touching, laughing and moving together — for only $20 per couple.
Create a home spa. Add scented candles, relaxing music and dim lighting to the