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6 Simple Romantic Gestures That Say "I Love You"

Sometimes, simply saying "I love you" is not enough.

It doesn't always take a grandiose declaration of love to get your message across. Much of the time, it's those little somethings and sweet nothings that help you stay connected for the long haul. Need ideas? The 15 suggestions below are just a few examples of everyday actions that mean the world to someone you're in love with. Pick two or three to start practicing today!.

1. Help whittle down your significant other's to-do list.

Pick up her dry cleaning, stock his fridge with a week's worth of groceries, clean her bathroom, frame the poster that’s been sitting in the corner of his living room since you met. After all, it's tough to be romantic with all those tasks hanging over your head.

2. Slip a sweet note into his gym bag.

What better workout motivation is there than a reminder of how much you care?

3. Make her feel at home.

If you and your significant other live apart, make an effort to stock your place with specific items — food, shampoo, etc. — that he or she likes. It makes your place feel more like home.

4. Send your sweetheart a postcard or love letter in the mail.

Emails are easy come, easy go. Snail mail packs a punch — especially when it's not a bill.

5. Make breakfast for your girlfriend.

It doesn't have to be in bed. It doesn't even have to be anything fancy. Heart-shaped pancakes are easy (hint: pour the batter into a heart-shaped cookie cutter).

6. Recreate your first date.

Go to the same place, order the same drinks, and so on. Reminisce about your first impressions of your partner and some of the best, most exciting things that have happened in your relationship since then.

Food for thought

Add some romance to your mealtime.

Confused about where to start with your date night dinner menu? Here are some ingredients and ways to make them interesting

Chocolate

If the film Chocolat taught us anything about the power of this particular sweet, it's that it inspires intimacy. Try feeding it to each other, or making an easy Chocolate dish at home.

Rose Petals

You probably didn't know rose petals are both romantic and edible. Use them in that crazy dish from Like Water For Chocolate and see if you can brandish similar (but not exactly the same) results. It's rumored to inspire a certain fiery passion.

Strawberries and champagne.

Eat them together to really bring out the flavors of these two romantic foods, both known aphrodisiacs and linked to romantic activity in almost every scenario they appear in.

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