Try something new: Always wanted to learn how to ski? Fancy trying your hand at pottery? Why not search for classes or taster sessions in your area and have fun together trying something neither of you have done before - you never know, you might find a new favourite hobby that you can enjoy together for a long time to come!
Get active: Valentine's Day doesn't have to be about indulgences! Get out and about doing something active, whether it's going for a walk, a little bike ride, or something a bit more extreme like Go Ape - if it's not your usual date of choice, you could just be onto a winner! We all know how exercise releases endorphins which make you feel good, so what could be better than feeling good with a special someone!?
Volunteer: There's nothing quite like making yourself useful! This one might take a bit of planning and looking around for something you want to give your time too, but everything from local sporting events, to charities, can make for a fun volunteering experience. I volunteer a fair bit and really enjoy giving something back to the community. You might try local nature reserves, hospitals, or schools - get creative!
What's the most unusual date you've ever been on? Do you have any suggestions to add to my list? What will you be doing this Valentine's Day?