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February 2, 2013

Proposing on Valentine’s Day

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Written by: JP Miller
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This Valentine’s Day is going to be unforgettable and you are determined of that because this year you’re going to propose on this precious holiday.

First of all, congratulations on finding the love of your dreams. Meeting someone to date is fairly easy, but someone you want to commit to exclusively is something altogether different.

A Few Thoughts Before Taking the Plunge

Fools rush in. Sometimes fools gets it right, but when wrong, the consequences can be heavy. Evaluate your level of commitment before big questions are popped on one of the most memorable holidays.

A Special Day

Valentine’s Day is a special day to many women and men. And I’m talking to both sexes here. We are an equal opportunity society (and website). So sister, if you want to pop the question before he does, keep reading.

Your Heart’s Investment

As with any big decision you make you want to be thoughtful. Some people live for the moment and get by, but a little planning can go a long way. Marriage is a huge commitment and proposing or marrying on a big holiday can have long lasting negative effects if the relationship turns sour in the future.

Put a Ring on It

With that said, if you’re ready to say good bye to being single for the long haul and you know you’ve got your dream in your hands then start shopping for a ring. Now let’s talk about making this night as unforgettable as possible.

This Magic Moment

As with any big event, your proposal is all about the set up. Proposals are a big deal so you want the perfect date for your perfect mate.

Plan ahead. Make reservations. And plan for extra holiday traffic.

Proposing is a special moment between you and your special someone. Ensure you have plenty of time to enjoy each other.

Plan for the moment, and those leading up to the big question, but be willing to be extemporaneous if need be.

Bring your Passion

Whether you have the ring dropped in a glass of champagne or you open a little box on bended knee is up to you. At the end of the night the particular how’s won’t matter as much as the passion you invest into the occasion. Your goal is to sweep your Valentine’s feet off the ground and watch their eyes light up.

Here’s a glass raised in your honor for a successful proposition this holiday!

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About the Author

JP Miller
JP is currently a student at The Second City in Chicago. He graduated from Texas A & M with a degree in Applied Arts & Sciences and enjoys writing about love and relationships in the 21st century.




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