Joan Didion, Slouching Towards Bethlehem, .32, For him: Insightful, witty and just a good time overall, he'll appreciate your sense humor if you gift him this book of personal essays.
David Sedaris, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, .15, 3-6 months | Get creative on the classics A romantic dinner and a bouquet of roses are still acceptable romantic gestures, albeit a little cliché.
And in many ways, you are feeding the beast of over-commercializing Valentine’s Day.
Instead, pick out a card that’s original and unique, that is not mass produced. Due to the technique of letterpress printing, cards cannot be mass produced in high quantities. Look for soft, thick cotton paper with a simple design and message that is pressed into the paper.
It'll make great conversations for many dates to come.
For her: A timeless classic from a female icon who is still making headlines.
Being in a new relationship can feel like a whole lot of pressure — especially if you started dating right before effing Valentine's Day.