We want to see time and thought, not a ginormous price tag. Something that clearly likes and it isn't clear that you would. ” Did the season inspire her to mention that she loved the Nutcracker Ballet when she was a kid? Do you know how much her heart will melt if you get tickets, even to just a little, local production?Here’s what to do: “First step is to start with a card, and write at least four sentences,” says dating expert Whitney Casey. A) You paid attention, and remembered something small she said, and B) she About the Hot Girl: Claire Austen is a 20-something freelance writer, sports enthusiast, and polka-dot-lovin’ everygirl trying to bridge the gap between what men know about women and what women wish men knew.She gives smart, super-honest advice about your biggest dating and relationship conundrums.The situation: you’ve started a new relationship in the past couple of weeks / months, and you know that Christmas is coming.
DON’T: Get him something completely cliché like a tie if he wears jeans and tees to work, a baseball book if he hates sports, a universal remote for his TV, any sort of grilling apparatus, a box of golf balls, a power drill, a huge bag of “masculine” grooming essentials, or a subscription to the beer of the month club if you’ve never seen him drink beer.For those of you who've spent the last week frantically scrolling through Amazon, the good news is that Valentine's Day doesn't have to be as high-pressure as you might assume.Getting the perfect gift might seem impossible, but a little thoughtfulness goes a long way.But want to know the only thought worse than you giving us a gift? Yes, even if we insist you don’t need to get us anything for Christmas, you do.(Stick with me here.) If you don’t, we’re going to assume you’re on the fence about us, or just don’t care that much.