Saturday, 18 August 2012

Being Romantic

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What "being romantic" means varies widely from person to person, but at its core, romance involves doing something to express affection in a meaningful yet unexpected way. A true act of romance requires creativity and sincerity, often inspired by love (either its presence or its possibility). While harboring affection for someone might be easy, translating it into romance usually is not. There are millions of romantic ideas in books, movies and on the Internet, but true romance comes from within.


Focus on the little things. Romance can be practiced every day, and it doesn't have to be expensive or grand. In fact, sometimes the most romantic moments are simple, spontaneous and free. There are millions of ways to say "I love you" and "I'm lucky to have you." Think of the world as your medium. You can write it, say it, sculpt it, look it, hide it, shout it, paint it, kiss it, fold it, grow it, touch it, and express it in unlimited ways. Make it a habit to find a new way to be romantic every day. Be creative and have fun with it!
  • Never forget the kiss goodnight and always remember to say, "Sweet dreams."
Break the monotony. Many people associate the beginning of a relationship with romance, excitement and inspiration because everything is new. You've just met this person and the relationship is unfolding--what will happen tomorrow? Next week? Next month? Will he call? Will we kiss? Will she visit? But after the relationship is established, we settle into a routine, and nothing is new anymore. To be romantic, to reintroduce the excitement that characterized the beginning of the relationship, do something different, something that your partner wouldn't expect. The more out of the ordinary, the better
  • Do cute things like write I love you in a note so that they have to look in a mirror to read it.
Give random gifts of flowers/candy/poetry etc (If you're already a couple)

Court them. Pretend that you and the person just met, and you want the person to fall for you. What would you do to impress them? To show them that you're interested? To win them over? Treat your partner like they're single, like you're trying to earn their affection and trust. The opposite of being romanced is being taken for granted. No one wants to feel like they've already been "caught" and it's over and done with. Put on a show! Stay on your toes! The most romantic ideas come to people when they fear they might lose the one they love. But you don't have to actually be on the verge of losing someone in order to tap into that mindset!

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Smile for Happiness

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You can easily stand out by smiling, and at the same time, improve your happiness. In fact, smiling helps make you feel much better emotionally, because it releases endorphins, brain chemicals that relieve pain and increase your feelings of contentment. Moreover, smiles are contagious, which means you can increase the happiness of others around you simply by sharing one, whether or not you know the person. If you'd like a very easy and effective way to lighten your own mood and the atmosphere around you, try smiling more, all for the sake of happiness. 
Smile to stay positive. Smiles increase our feeling of well-being and sense of positivity
  • Smiling changes mood. When you're feeling sad, start smiling. Your mood will be elevated. Smiling tricks the body into changing your mood for the better.
Smile to look younger. Smiling can make you appear more youthful and may even take years off your real age.


    Another really cool thing about smiles is that they, like yawns, are contagious. Try it and see. For one day, smile. Smile when you’re walking down the street, smile whenever someone approaches you, smile when ever you can. Watch the reactions of the people around you. Chances are, they’ll be smiling right back at you. Share that wonderful gift of your smile with others and see how many wonderful smiling gifts you get back.
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