Earlier this week, we heard about a survey that said you should only plan a Valentine's Day date if you've been dating at LEAST two months. But what if you've been dating longer than that?
--It can get confusing . . . so a relationship expert from Match.com has three suggestions for every stage of dating. Here they are . . .
#1.) If you've been dating for two to six months. Go wine tasting. Take dance or cooking lessons together. Check out live music at a hip lounge.
#2.) If you've been dating for about a year. Take a hike with wine and a picnic lunch. (--Have fun with that in February . . .) Do a scavenger hunt around town with sentimental locations. Book a room at a nearby boutique hotel.
#3.) If you've been dating for more than two years. Plan a ski trip . . . and get a room with a fireplace or a jacuzzi. Book a spa weekend and get an in-room couples massage. Propose.
(--That last one is iffy though. On the one hand, it's lame and unoriginal. On the other hand, if you've been dating longer than two years, she might be EXPECTING it, and will be disappointed if it doesn't happen.)