Valentine’s Day is the one day in the year where love is officially celebrated and recognized. Lovers everywhere are pressured with expressing their love with cards and chocolate. According to The National Retail Federation’s 2016 consumer spending survey it’s estimated that consumers will spend around $19.7 billion on Valentine’s Day gifts and experiences.
While some couples opt out of the traditional jewelry or candy exchange, others go for a romantic night out to keep the spark alive. But, are there things couples shouldn’t do on Valentine’s Day? The answer to that question is absolutely! Find out what February 14th no-no’s you should avoid.