Valentine’s Day is coming, and your special someone (no matter how much they downplay it) is counting on you to make it the best one ever. Even if you’re one of the few who planned the perfect day well in advance, there’s always the threat of a disaster that Cupid himself couldn’t fix.
You don’t need to count on Cupid to save Valentine’s Day, though. Here are five Valentine’s Day disasters that every couple experiences, and how you can dodge them with a little help from satellite Internet.
Your go-to restaurant is booked
You’ve got that special place. Maybe it’s where you had your first date. Maybe they have the perfect dessert for sharing. Whatever makes it your place, you want to dine there on Valentine’s Day. Problem is, you didn’t make the reservation in time and now the wait is over two hours.
Don’t despair over your dinner date disaster – make the Internet your guide to all the best restaurants around. Search for local restaurants, read reviews, even make your reservation online. Why not try something new? Check out this restaurant finder to discover local restaurants with reviews in just a few clicks.
You can’t find that special gift your valentine simply must have
OK, so the answer to “what do you want for Valentine’s Day, dear?” wasn’t quite what you were expecting. Before you search the stores in vain and waste time and money on the wrong gift, try the Internet.
Shopping online has become more and more popular, and for good reason. It’s convenient, you almost always get the best price and, oh yeah, you can find just about anything. With satellite Internet, you have the mall of malls at your fingertips, so you’re sure to find that random special gift your loved one desires.
Still stumped on where to find the perfect gift? Find creative Valentine’s Day gifts here, and don’t forget the flowers and candy!
You have ZERO ideas for Valentine’s Day
Planning the perfect Valentine’s Day is tough, especially if you aren’t “good” at this sort of thing. Where do you go? What do you do? How lovey-dovey is too lovey-dovey?
Believe it or not, other people have had the same problems when it comes to Valentine’s Day, and they’ve posted all about it on the Internet. Let the successes and failures of others be a starting point for you. Try searches for things like 5 Ways to Wow Your Sweetheart on Valentine’s Day or Top Ten Things to Not Do for Valentine’s Day.
You’d be surprised by how many good Valentine’s Day ideas are on the Internet, and your significant other will be surprised by how special you made the day.
You’re on a really tight budget
We’ve all been there. You’re still paying for Christmas and now Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, leaving you with little funds for a small gift, let alone a fancy dinner. That’s alright, you don’t need a lot of loot to show a lot of love.
Break away from the traditional Valentine’s Day and create your own experience. Use the Internet to look up interesting, lovely attractions in your area. You can find some local “treasure hunts” here.
Map out your route, then go share the experience with your loved one and recite the mushy poem you found online at the end. Your date, and your bank account, will love it!
You burn Valentine’s Day dinner
Making a new dish is quite the Valentine’s Day risk. If neglecting the oven while you were getting ready or forgetting that one key ingredient has rendered your Valentine’s Day dinner a disaster, turn to the Internet for a quick, simple solution.
There are thousands of recipes on the Internet, but you won’t have time to go to the store, so you’ll have to search for ones that incorporate what you’ve already got in the pantry. No problem. Click here and tailor your search to your ingredients. Thanks to the Internet, you’ve got your own cuisine catalog. Dinner is served (saved).
However you choose to celebrate this Valentine’s Day, there will always be the potential for disaster. You can be prepared for them and quickly resolve them with the help of a reliable satellite Internet connection. Your special someone will thank you for the best Valentine’s Day ever. Hmm, maybe you should send your Internet provider a valentine?